Students are enrolled as full-time, non-degree seeking students. Students audit Millersville University courses, which allows them to attend and participate in class without receiving a grade or earning credit. Students are expected to audit a minimum of four undergraduate courses during each Fall/Spring semester. Upon successful completion of the program, students receive a certificate of Integrated Studies. Students in the program have access to institutional facilities and resources, consistent with other students, which support the achievement of their goals.

Non-degree Designation

Integrated Studies students are seeking a certificate. To keep the non-degree designation, students may, with Advisor permission, earn 12 or less credits. Taking courses for credit will result in an earned GPA with Millersville. An earned GPA is considered when applying as a degree-seeking student. An earned GPA may impact eligibility for financial aid. We strongly encourage students and families familiarize themselves with the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. Credits earned while enrolled as a non-degree student become a part of your academic record and can be applied towards a degree program in the future.

Millersville's Satisfactory Academic Policy

Auditing Courses

Students in Integrated Studies audit their courses in alignment with Millersville's Audit Policy. 

Millersville's Audit Policy