Graduate Audit Policy
College of Arts and Sciences
Degree-seeking graduate students who are currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and are in good academic standing may audit a class on the recommendation of a faculty member as part of a remediation plan or preparation for professional placements (for example, Clinical Internships) and/or certification exams. This policy applies only to classes already taken, and students will not earn a grade or additional academic credit for an audited course.
A student may audit only one course in a given semester, but the department chair has discretion to alter this limit. Audited courses will not count toward the use of student loans, private or federal, and will not fulfill any degree requirements. No additional fee will be charged for auditing under the proposed outline.