Auditing a Course

Auditing students are those admitted for the purpose of attending one or more courses for personal or professional interest, and not for any academic credit.  No documentation other than the information requested in the application form is required for admission. Auditing students are not entitled to examination or other evaluation privileges, and in no instance may credit standing be obtained for a course which has been audited. Once admitted, the written consent of the instructor of the course(s) which the student wishes to audit must be presented at the time of registration for approval by the faculty or school. (Students admitted in a category other than auditor may audit courses with the approval of the dean or director, provided written permission of the instructor is presented at registration.)