Audit Course Registration
The basic objective of taking a class as audit is to allow students the opportunity to attend a class without earning either a grade or credit for the class.
- Students registering to audit a class will pay tuition and fees per the current tuition and fee schedule.
- Students in regulated programs, i.e. Financial Aid and Athletics, are subject to the respective program guidelines for audit registration.
- Some courses may not be open to audit students because of classroom space limitations. Student must receive instructor permission to audit a class.
- Choice of audit registration should be made at the beginning of the term, but a student may change classes to audit status until the audit deadline. This date can be found in the University's Academic Calendar.
- Students auditing classes are expected to attend on a regular basis. Students may officially withdraw from the audited class according to the deadline. Audit students failing to attend class may be issued a "W" grade at the discretion of the instructor.
- Senior Citizens (Utah residents ages 62 and over) may audit a course for a $10.00 fee per semester, on a space available basis, by applying at the Admissions Office. Senior Citizen students selecting this option for courses do not have the option to receive a letter grade nor credit on their transcript for these courses.
The necessary form can be found here.