Auditing a Course

In order to audit a course, a student must receive permission from the instructor and the consent of the Dean of the College in which he/she is enrolled. Only upperclass (Junior and Senior) students may audit courses. Only one course may be audited during a semester. A student must register as an auditor for a given course and file a Course Selection Form with the Office of the Registrar. This must be done during the registration period adhering to the registration procedures for a course.

Full-time students are not required to pay any additional fees to audit, but they must have permission to take an overload if applicable. Part-time students are required to pay the full fee per credit hour for courses which they audit.

No credit is awarded for auditing a course and no examination for credit may be given; however, the student's permanent record will show that the course was audited.