Guest Students

Guest students are students who wish to attend Multnomah as a part-time, non-degree-seeking student. Guest students may take no more than 6 credits per semester and no more than 12 credits in total over the course of three consecutive semesters. These credits will be graded and can count towards a degree.

Guest students are not eligible for financial aid.

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Guest Student Application

Start the process today and fill out your application form to enroll for a course.

You should complete this application if you wish to attend Multnomah as a part-time, non-degree-seeking student. 

Guest students may take no more than 6 credits per semester and no more than 12 credits in total over the course of three consecutive semesters. Guest students are not eligible for financial aid. 




















An international student is one who will be attending a university in the United States without residency or citizenship, typically on an F-1 visa. International students have additional application requirements as part of the Visa application process, often including an English language proficiency exam and transcript evaluation by an evaluation service. The admissions department can assist with questions about this process.





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Do not include infractions such as speeding tickets.


Please note that offers of admission may be revoked should additional information arise that indicates unlawful or unethical behavior.

Because you indicated that you have a civil or criminal indictment, conviction, history and/or disciplinary action on this application, you will be asked to complete a background check once all of your application materials are received and processed.


A previous disciplinary action, conviction, indictment or prosecution may not automatically bar an applicant from admissions to the university. We request that the applicant provide the Admissions Office permission to obtain a background check (at no cost to the student). 


By electronically signing below, the applicant authorizes Multnomah University to have complete access to pertinent educational, employment, criminal and civil information and records: 





Multnomah University welcomes students from a variety of denominational backgrounds. The University holds to a short list of doctrinal articles. Though it does not require students to be in agreement with all points, it is important that you be familiar with the university’s doctrinal statement, found at 4ai5.deestudioproductions.com/about/doctrinal-statement








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Course Audit

Auditing a course means you can take classes, but you will not be graded or given credit. You will not receive a transcript or academic credit that could be transferred or counted towards a degree at Multnomah. Download and submit this PDF to request to audit a course.

Requests to audit courses are reviewed and approved by the Office of the Registrar: registrar@deestudioproductions.com or (503) 251-5370.

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