The designation of "Audit" is a registration status used when students officially register for a class without earning a letter grade or credit. Audit courses are subject to full tuition and fees.
Students may register for a class on an audit basis only when space is available and only with the permission of the instructor. Students who receive permission to audit a course are expected to attend classes regularly and complete assigned readings. Other requirements regarding participation are to be agreed upon by the student and instructor.
A Permission to Audit a Course form must be completed and returned to the Summer Term office. The last day to add courses with audit status or convert classes from credit to audit is the same date as the last day to add courses for credit.
No audited courses can be counted toward a degree. They can not be paid for with financial aid.
Audited courses will be designated as AU on the transcript; however, failure to meet the requirements agreed upon by student and faculty can result in a student's being officially withdrawn from the course at the instructor's request, in which case the student will receive a mark of "W" on his or her transcript.
All students attending and participating in a course must be officially registered. Students are not allowed to "sit-in" on summer courses.