All applicants to the Program in Continuing Education must have successfully completed at least two years of formal, post-secondary education. Applicants must be eighteen years or older at the time of application. Admission to the program is based on the suitability of the applicant’s academic background for the course of study proposed. Relevant nonacademic experience is considered.
The program admits students primarily for undergraduate courses. In exceptional cases students may be considered for possible enrollment in graduate courses. Applicants should seek advice about proper placement from the director of the program well in advance of application deadlines.
Courses taken through the program do not count toward a degree at Princeton University. The program does not admit students currently enrolled in, temporarily withdrawn from or on leave from any college or university program. All applicants must live within a 50 mile commuting distance of Princeton University at the time of application.
There is a two course limit per semester for students enrolled in the Program in Continuing Education. Students accepted to the Teacher Preparation Program may enroll in up to four courses per semester with approval.
Credit for courses taken through the program might be counted toward future degrees at other institutions, depending on the institution’s requirements and regulations. Inquiries about eligibility for credit acceptance at other institutions should be directed to those institutions.
The program does not sponsor its own courses, sections of courses or noncredit courses for continuing education students. Continuing Education students are not eligible to take Visual or Performing Arts courses or Writing courses. Very few courses are offered in the evening. Courses are not offered during the summer.
Students taking courses through the program for premedical purposes should know that the University will not process their medical school applications.