Auditing a Class

A person who wishes to attend class but who does not desire credit is an auditor. With approval from the instructor, auditors may register to audit most 6000-level and many 7000-level courses. Students who are unable to remain at the University because of low grades, and new applicants who do not qualify for admission, may not register as auditors.

Students do not receive credit for an audited course. A student may receive credit for an audited course only by enrolling in it as a regular student in a subsequent quarter. Auditors may neither participate in class discussions nor take examinations. If they do daily assignments, the instructor is under no obligation to read or correct them.

Courses that are audited do not count toward financial aid. Tuition rates for auditors will be equal to the regular tuition credit rate for the program in which the course is offered.

Students must register to audit a course in person in Student Academic Services in Demaray Hall 151 before 4:30 p.m. on the fifth day of the quarter, as published in the University Academic Calendar.