What does it mean to audit a course?
To audit means to attend lectures and, with the permission of the instructor, to participate in class discussions. Auditors do not take exams and do not earn credits for the class they are auditing.
How do I audit a course?
To audit a course, complete the appropriate section of the Approval Form. This form must be signed by the instructor and your advisor before being submitted to the Registrar.
May I switch from credit to audit or audit to credit once I have begun the class?
Yes, you may switch from one to the other, within one month of the first day of class, with the permission of the instructor and your academic advisor. Check the Academic Calendar for specific dates. (N.B. Consult the ACCESS calendar, if you are taking an ACCESS course.)
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