Students may audit a class if they wish to enroll in credit courses, but do
not wish to receive grades or credits. However, auditing students must pay full tuition
and fees and obtain the instructor’s permission to audit a course. Students must meet
with the instructor to determine if there are any specific requirements or expectations
for auditing a course.
An audit carries no credit, and therefore does not meet degree or certificate requirements, nor does it contribute to full-time student status. A student wishing to change from credit to audit, or audit to credit, must do so within the first three weeks of the course.
Audit requests submitted and received after the third week of class will not be processed.
To request permission to audit a course, the student must:
1. Pay full tuition and fees with registration.
2. Receive instructor permission to audit a course by asking him/her to email email@example.com.
See the current academic calendar for auditing deadlines each term.
Audits may not be reversed for a letter grade.