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How do I audit a course?

Last Modified:Tuesday, August 20, 2013 Last Modified By: headt Type: HOWTO
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Auditing a Course

The option to audit a course is available for students who wish to take a course for content only, not for credit. Since you receive no credit, audited courses will not count towards any degree requirements. You will receive a “Y” grade on your transcript which does not affect your grade point average. Graduate courses, lab courses, independent study courses and courses which require one-on-one instruction are generally not available for audit. The level of participation permitted or expected by auditors is determined by each instructor.

To audit a course, choose the audit option when you register for the course on SU Online.

See tuition and fees on the Student Financial Services web site to determine the cost of auditing a course.

For more about auditing courses see Auditing Undergraduate Courses on the Registrar's web site.

Alumni Audit

With instructor and department permission, Seattle University alumni may audit most undergraduate lecture courses. You will not receive credit or grades for audited course. Audited courses will not appear on your transcripts. To register for a course, or for more information about alumi audit, contact Alumni Relations.

Elder Audit

With instructor and department permission, non-students and non-alumni aged 60 and above may audit most undergraduate lecture courses. Participants in the Elder Audit program will not receive credit or grades for audited courses, and a transcript will not be produced for any audited course work. Auditors participating in the Elder Audit program should download and complete the Elder Audit application on the Office of the Registrar’s web site. Auditors should return the completed form and a check payment for $35 percourse to the Office of the Registrar in the University Services Building. 



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