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Admissions, Registration and Records

Auditing a Course

Auditing a course means a student attends a class regularly without being required to take exams, complete assignments or perform other tasks required by the instructor. No credit will be received for audited classes.

In order to receive an Audit, the student must follow these steps:

The Audit grade will appear as AU on the student transcript. No credit will be granted and this grade will not affect the grade point average. Courses for which the AU grade is assigned will not count toward any certificate or degree program.

The AU grade cannot be used to satisfy the following: a course prerequisite, in residents requirements, financial aid benefits, enrollment status, or veteran's benefits. To receive credit for a course that was originally audited, the student must retake the course in a subsequent semester and satisfactorily complete the course.

Regular tuition rates apply. Financial Aid will not pay for audited classes and audited classes will not be added into the student's enrollment status.

Credit enrollment cannot be converted to audit status at any time, nor can audited class be converted to credit status.