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Students will be charged to audit according to the student’s residency classification (i.e. in-state, out-of-state, undergraduate or graduate) and the number of course credit hours. The total cost to audit a class will include:
  • Tuition (Includes Designated, Graduate Surcharge and Program Surcharges*)
    • *Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy, Library & Information Studies, Fashion Textiles, Communication Sciences, Health Studies, School of Management
  • Technology Fee
  • Library Use Fee
  • Program and Instructional Enhancement Fees

Any person 65 years of age or older may audit classes without charge providing there is space available. Information may be secured in the Registrar’s Office.

Differences between Auditing and Taking a Class for Credit

  • The auditor may not participate in the laboratory part of a course or in a studio, practicum, workshop, or activity course
  • Attendance as an auditor may not be made the basis of a claim for course credit
  • Audited courses are not recorded on the student’s permanent record
  • Distance Education classes may not be audited

How to Apply to Audit

  • Permission to audit a class must be obtained after the first class day of a semester or term
  • Obtain an Audit Slip from Registrar’s Office [pdf]
  • Obtain Instructor approval/signature on slip
  • Take approved audit slip to Bursar’s Office for calculation and payment of audit fees
    • The charges must be paid in full at the time of the request
    • The audit slip will be stamped paid at the time of payment
  • Take one copy of the paid audit slip to the Registrar’s Office

page last updated 11/18/2014 8:28 AM