A student in good academic standing may, if space is available and they have the approval of their academic advisor and the course instructor, audit one course per semester. The student will receive no grade or credit for an audited course. Course(s) that a student has audited may not later be challenged for credit. When auditing a course, the student has the option of completing course assignments.
An audited course will appear on the student’s transcript, with an audit (AU) notation. Attendance will be recorded by the instructor of the course. If a student has more than 5 recorded absences, no record of the course will appear on the transcript. Audited courses may not in any way apply to graduation requirements or to the student’s GPA.
With approval of the academic advisor or designee, and the instructor of the course, a student may change his classification from “audit” to “for credit” on or before the second Friday of the semester. Upon reclassification to “for credit” the student will be billed regular tuition costs for the course.