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For questions regarding Undergraduate Programs call 215-437-2219.
For questions regarding Graduate Programs call 267-341-3327.
Non-Degree Seeking Students – This includes those who are taking credit courses for enrichment purposes rather than for a degree. The criteria for admission to Holy Family for non-degree seeking students are principally the applicant’s ability to meet the educational standards of the institution, the intellectual interest and training of the applicant, and the applicant’s motivation to pursue studies within the scope of the aims and objectives established by the University. An official high school transcript is required for any high school student in this category. Those seeking professional certification in Education must submit all college transcripts and complete a review process by the School of Education for acceptance to any teacher certification program. No more than 12 credits may be completed under non-degree status.
Visitor Students – Visitor students are those pursuing a degree but matriculated at colleges or universities other than Holy Family. Visitors must secure written authorization from the academic dean or department head of their institution before enrolling for courses. This letter is presented to the Registrar at the time of registration. Transcripts of credits earned are sent directly to the college or university in which the student is officially matriculated. Regular tuition and fees of Holy Family University apply.
High School Students – High school students are welcome to enroll for credit courses at Holy Family University, but they must secure written authorization from the school’s principal or counselor before enrolling for courses. This letter of authorization is presented to the Registrar at the time of registration. Regular tuition and fees of Holy Family University apply.
Senior Citizens – Delaware Valley residents age 65 years or older may audit one credit bearing course tuition-free (per semester). They pay all applicable course fees and are admitted on a space available basis. This courtesy applies to audit/non-credit enrollment only. Registration is usually held one week prior to the start of courses at the Northeast Campus. Please consult the Registrar’s Office for additional details.