Ordinary students are those who may obtain an academic degree.
Extraordinary students are divided into two groups:
- Simpliciter extraordinarii: these students are not registered for a degree. If they later want to register for a degree, they must begin the complete course of studies from the beginning.
- Ad tempus extraordinarii: these are students who, while they are registered in a Faculty of our university in order to obtain a degree, have not yet completed the full course of studies for a previous degree. In this situation, such students may remain as “extraordinary” for one year only.
Guest students are those who may not register for more than 4 semester-long courses in the academic year.
Auditors: are students who, with the consent of the Dean or the President, register for one or more courses for their personal benefit, paying a special fee for each course, but with no right to examinations or diplomas. They may request a certificate of attendance, issued by the Dean or President.,
Fuori corso (Extra cursum) students are those who, after having followed the regular program of studies, are yet to complete their academic requirements (examinations, theses, written work). Such students are required to pay the prescribed fees by the Administration. They may retain the status of Fuori Corso for a maximum period of five years, after which they must begin their cycle of studies all over again. (This norm comes into force from the academic year 2017-2018).