Auditing a Class
Posted: April 11, 2013 at 4:25 pm, Last Updated: March 5, 2019 at 4:55 pm
Auditing a course will result in a recalculation of your student time status. There may be a reduction in your new time status that could negatively affect you in the following areas:
• Financial Aid • Access to certain campus facilities • Health insurance • Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits
• International student status • On campus housing • Potential indebtedness for withdrawn courses paid by a third party
When auditing a course please be advised of the following:
- Students do not receive grades or credit for audited courses, the final grade issued will be AU.
- The tuition fee is the same amount for both audit and credit courses.
- The credit hours will not count into attempted or earned hours.
- Students must meet all eligibility requirements and must have instructor’s approval. For policies and eligibility criteria, see the University Catalog.
- The Course Audit form must be submitted to the Office of the University Registrar by the last day to drop the course.
- If you wish to change from audit back to credit, the more must be resubmitted with the appropriate signatures.
*Dean’s signature and approval will be required for any requests received after the last day to drop a course.