Students who wish to audit courses must apply and meet all admission requirements. Students should refer to the student types (freshman, transfer, non-degree, etc.) in the previous sections to determine admission requirements. Students are required to apply for admission and submit the application fee and official documentation by admission deadlines. No academic or degree credit shall be awarded to auditors. Students registered as auditors are required to pay the regular tuition and fees for enrollment. Course credit is not granted to students auditing courses.
Accepted students who plan to take a class but do not want to receive academic credit can audit the class. No academic or degree credit shall be awarded for audited classes. These students must get approval from the class professor prior to registration, contact the Office of Admissions to request that their record be changed to "auditor" and contact the Registrar's Office during registration. Auditing students are required to meet admission requirements listed for non-degree applicants. Students who audit courses and decide to enroll in a future semester for credit courses must meet admission requirements for the appropriate student type. Students registered to audit classes shall be required to pay the regular tuition and fees for enrollment.