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Auditing Courses

Any student enrolled full-time (i.e. twelve or more credits) may audit courses without additional charges. Enrollment requires permission of the department chair of the course and the student’s advisor. A student who wishes to have the audited course made a part of the permanent record must submit by the end of the drop/add period an Application to Audit Course. Audited courses do not apply towards degree/graduation requirements. Part-time or non-degree students who choose to audit a course must have the permission of the department chair and will be charged a per credit rate.

It is the student’s responsibility to satisfy the attendance policy identified in the course syllabus along with any other course requirements for auditors as set forth in writing by the course instructor. Students wishing to audit are encouraged to meet with the course instructor before enrolling in order to know the requirements for successfully auditing the course.

During the final grading process the instructor will certify completion or non-completion by assigning an AUS (Audit—satisfied) or AUNS (Audit—not satisfied) grade. No college credit is awarded for an audited course. A student may not request course credit by making up work and taking an examination after the drop/add period.

Students taking courses for credit will receive preference in registration. Any exceptions to this policy must be approved by the Provost.