- Auditing. If a student wishes to audit a course officially and to
have this fact appear on the academic record, that course must be
entered on the student's schedule with the symbol AU shown under "credits."
When a student audits a course, the credits become part of that
semester's credit load but are not used in the determination of full-time
status (section 34-52). In addition, tuition must be paid for the audit.
Audits are not considered in the determination of the credit standard
for financial aid.
No course may be added for audit and dropped for credit, or vice versa,
after the first ten calendar days of a fifteen-week semester or the same
percentage of time if the course is offered under a different time
schedule. A student enrolled for official audit may be required to
participate in class discussion, do practicum work, submit written work,
and take examinations. See also Section 48-80, symbols for Course Audit.
- Visiting. Students who wish to visit a course may do so, even though
they are not officially enrolled for credit or for audit in that course.
To visit a course, currently registered full-time students must obtain
permission in advance from the course instructor. No tuition is paid for
a visit. Course credits do not become part of the semester's credit load
and are not entered on the student's academic record. Paragraph 1
relating to official audit is not applicable to the student who visits a