Non-Degree Seeking Students
Colorado Technical University welcomes students who might not be actively pursuing a degree. To be considered for admission to the University as a non-degree seeking student, applicants must fulfill the admissions requirements listed below:
- Participate in an admissions interview with an Admissions Advisor.
- Submit a complete Colorado Technical University application for admission.
- Submit attestation of earned proof of high school graduation (or equivalency) or college degree (associates, bachelors, or masters). Falsification of the attestation will result in dismissal from the University.
- Additional documentation may be required dependent upon the student’s course selection.
Non-degree seeking students may take up to 35% of a degree program before declaring to become a degree seeking student. To be accepted into a degree program and transition from a non-degree seeking student to a degree seeking student, a non-degree seeking student must meet all admissions requirements for the degree program, including the submission of official documentation of proof of high school graduation (or equivalency) or college degree (associates, bachelors, or masters).