Auditing a Course
Course audit is defined as the enrollment of a student in a course without award or notation on the student's transcript of credit, units attempted, grade, or grade points.
You may be permitted to audit classes under the following circumstances:
- You may be permitted to audit a course only in order to address specific or unusual educational circumstances.
- Course audit may be requested only upon recommendation of a college counselor and approval of the instructor.
- If you are auditing a class must complete the same coursework and tests as regularly enrolled students.
- A course may be audited only one time.
- Petition to audit may only be made during the late registration period (first two weeks of the term)
- Audit is allowed only on a space-available basis after all other credit-seeking students have been added
- Students enrolled in classes to receive credit for 10 or more semester units shall not be charged a fee to audit three or fewer semester units per semester.
For complete information, please refer to BP/AP 5201.