To enroll in a course on audit basis students must:
- Submit completed Petition for Course Audit and
- Receive approval by the instructor of the course and their advisor/department.
Students will not receive academic credit for a course taken on an audit basis and therefore the course will not count toward attempted credits, earned credits or graduation requirements.
Enrollment in audit courses will be indicated on academic transcripts as an ‘AU’.
If the conditions authorized in the Petition for Course Audit are not met, the instructor may request an authorized withdrawal.
A course registered for credit may be changed to audit only through the last day of the add/drop period.
A course registered for audit may be changed to credit only through the last day of the add/drop period.
Undergraduate Students and School of Law
Undergraduate and law students will be charged at the standard per-credit rate for courses taken on an audit basis.
Graduate students will be charged $50 per credit for courses taken on an audit basis.