Students-at-large must obtain written permission to register for a graduate course. This permission may be secured from the graduate program director or faculty advisor of the respective graduate program. Once permission is secured, a student-at-large must register in person. However, it is the responsibility of the student to provide verification of an earned bachelor's degree. Further, the student must recognize that taking a course (or courses), as a student-at-large does not guarantee admission to any graduate program. In addition, students should familiarize themselves with the requirements of their program and the maximum number of credits that may be accepted for transfer. If a student has been denied admission to a graduate program at Saint Xavier University, registration for classes is not permitted.
Students in the field-based master of arts in teaching and leadership program, graduate counseling program, and other cohort programs in the School of Education may not enter as students-at-large. In most cases, application to the program must be approved before registration is permitted.
Students seeking to enroll in a graduate course offered through the Graham School of Management may not register as a student-at-large. Application must be received and undergraduate records verified before registration is permitted.
Contact the Office of Graduate Admission for information about enrolling as a student-at-large and see individual program procedures regarding student-at-large registration. An application for student-at-large status must be completed prior to registration.
A student denied admission to Saint Xavier University or dismissed from Saint Xavier University may not register as a student-at-large.