Auditing Courses

Auditing a course consists of attending classes and listening without the responsibility for any course
assignments or examinations. No credit is earned by auditing a course and no credit may be earned in an audited course by examination or otherwise. No audited course may be repeated for credit at a later date and students may only audit the same course one time. Students may not audit laboratory or skills courses.
 
All students who wish to audit, must be admitted to the University and go through the regular registration process in order to be eligible to audit a course. Students seeking admission solely for the purpose of auditing are not required to submit test scores or official transcripts.

Admissions Checklist

Please note that no application fee is required for new students applying to audit a course.

Registration Notes for Auditing Courses
  • Students must present approval from the dean of the college offering the course to the Office of
    the Registrar.
  • Upon presentation of approval, the Office of the Registrar will complete the course registration if all requirements have been met.
  • A student who has registered for a course on an audit basis and who wishes to change the registration to take the course for credit or a student who has registered for a course on a credit basis and who wishes to change the registration to take the course by audit, may do so by notifying the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add a class or register. The change to or from an audit must be requested on an Advising and Registration Card, approved by the instructor and the Department Chair and then submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the appropriate deadline.