The Fowler Fellow program is designed for prospective undergraduate students age 65 and over. Fowler Fellows are eligible to audit any undergraduate course with no charge. Audited courses carry no grade, have no earned credit hours, and do not count in the student's GPA.
Required documents for admission:
- Proof of age 65 or over
- The completed application with non-refundable application fee of $20;
- Proof of high school graduation or passing GED score. If more than 24 hours of college coursework have been completed, only an official college transcript* is required. (Students may be unconditionally admitted to the University pending receipt of official transcripts).
- Student must notify the Registrar's Office in writing that he or she wishes to be a Fowler Fellow.
* Official transcripts are those sent directly to Spalding from the issuing institution. Any transcript marked "issued to student" or any transcript that is hand delivered by the student is not considered an official transcript. Faxed transcripts are not considered official transcripts.
Declaration of Previous College Attendance: Applicants must declare all previous college attendance. Applicants who fail to disclose previous college attendance on the application for admission and/or who fail to submit transcripts are subject to denial or cancellation of admission or dismissal from the University.
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