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The Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy (FSNSP) offers special student status that allows qualified individuals to take up to four courses without first being admitted to a degree program. Admission to any course is at the discretion of the instructor, the registrar, and the Student Advisory Health Administration Office (SAHA), and is subject to the availability of space. These course credits and tuition paid to the FSNSP may be used for degree credit and tuition credit if the student is later accepted to a degree program.

Special Student Status requires submission of a one-page application and immunizations (required by Tufts University):

To apply as a "Non Degree/Special Student":

  1. Choose a course/s from the Course Listings
  2. Contact Matthew Hast to make sure space is available
  3. Contact the Professor for approval and copy Matthew Hast
  4. Fill out the required forms listed above
  5. Submit the Non-Degree/Special Student application along with your official undergraduate/graduate transcripts (if you're a Friedman Alum you do not need to submit transcripts) to: 
    Matthew Hast, Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy 150 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02111 Phone: (617) 636-3777 Fax: (617) 636-3600  
  6. Submit the Immunization and Meningitis Information State Waiver forms to:
    Lucia Fenney, Immunization Administrator Student Advisory & Health Administration Office  

    200 Harrison Avenue,

    Posner Hall 4th Floor

    Boston, MA 02111

    Phone: (617) 636-2712

    Fax: (617) 636-2708

Once all required information is received, you will be registered for the class and an E-bill from the Tufts Bursars Office will be emailed to you. Please make sure to pay the full balance before the start of the class.

Tuition Remission for Tufts University Employees

If you are a Tufts University employee who wishes to take a class at the Friedman School, please be aware that there may be additional fees. Before registering, please read the Friedman School's Policy and Procedures (see page 19) about taking a course at Friedman and the costs involved.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (617) 636-3777.