Information for Non-Matriculated and Graduate Non-Matriculated Students
This information is for people who are not UW students, and who want to take one or more Statistics courses. There are two options available depending on your educational goals:
- Non-Matriculated ("NM") student status should be obtained by people who want to take courses for personal or professional enrichment.
- Graduate Non-Matriculated ("GNM") student status should be obtained by people who intend to apply to our graduate program at a later date and who wish to apply up to 12 credits of coursework to a possible future degree.
Students in either category who are faculty or staff members at the University of Washington may use their tuition exemption benefit. Information on this benefit may be found at the Human Resources Tuition Exemption benefit page.
Non-Matriculated students should:
- follow the registration procedures at the Non-Degree Enrollment site
- obtain permission from the course instructor
- bring registration forms to the department for signatures after the instructor has signed
Graduate Non-Matriculated students should:
- apply online through the Graduate School Application
- a complete online application consists of:
- online application and payment of $75 application fee
- online submission of a brief Statement of Purpose listing courses you plan to take and your future goals
- online submission of three letters of recommendation
- online submission of unofficial transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
- online submission of resume/vitae
Graduate Non-Matriculated: application deadlines are September 1 for Autumn quarter; December 1 for Winter quarter; March 1 for Spring quarter; and May 15 for Summer quarter.
Visiting Graduate Students should:
- Apply online at: Apply online.