Auditing a Course
Students who do not want to earn university credit for a course may elect to audit the course. Such courses are considered part of the student's term course load and are recorded on the transcript.
- Regular tuition and fees apply for audited courses.
- To audit a course, an audit request card signed by the student, his or her adviser and the instructor must be filed in the Office of Student Records before the last day to add classes.
- The instructor of the course will advise the student what is expected as an auditor in the class. A course previously audited may be taken for credit by enrolling in the course in a subsequent term.
- A student may not change his or her status from audit to credit or from credit to audit without permission from his or her adviser and the student's dean's office.
- Such approval must be filed in the Office of Student Records before the last day to add classes as indicated in the academic calendar for the term.
- Upon completion of the semester, the audited course will receive a final grade of (AU) Audit, (AI) Audit Incomplete, or (FA) Failed Audit.