The Auditing Program provides adults not currently enrolled in college with the opportunity to attend selected lectures drawn from the University's offerings in the Arts and Sciences during the academic year.
Auditors are encouraged to attend class and to keep up with the reading. No examinations or papers are required and no grade is assigned.
Auditors are silent participants in class and may join in discussions only at the discretion of the instructor.
Auditors may not concurrently enroll in courses for credit. Audited courses may not be repeated for credit. Foreign language and literature courses are not open to auditors.
Officers of the University who wish to take advantage of their tuition exemption benefit may not enroll in the auditing program. They must take courses for credit in order to receive the tuition benefit and should apply to the School of Continuing Education’s Postbaccalaureate Studies program. For more information regarding tuition benefits please visit the University’s Human Resources website:
In order to qualify for a visa, international students must be registered for 12 or more credits. The Auditing program is a non-credit program. As such, it does not meet the visa requirements. It is not possible for international students to study in the Auditing program using other types of visas.
Spring 2013 Student Handbook