Students may choose to register for classes on an "audit" basis (register for classes
as a "listener" without receiving credit). Tuition, registration times, and add/drop
criteria are the same as for regular class registration. For an audit, the student
must complete and sign an "audit form." Audits may be requested through the end of
the appropriate block or semester add deadlines. Students may not change from audit
to credit status.
Classes appear as "AU" (audit) on the official transcript. Since they are noncredit,
they do not count in the credit load for foreign students, veterans, students receiving
financial aid, etc.; nor do they fill graduation requirements.
Students may not challenge courses that they have audited. An incomplete grade may
not be made up by repeating the class for audit.
Utah residents, age 62 and over, may enroll on an audit basis in any University class
offered (as space is available) by completing an Application for Admission and paying
the $35 application fee. One Stop will issue an audit form to be signed by the instructor.
A $20 registration fee, which covers all costs except books and special lab and course
fees, is required each semester. This policy does not apply to specialized workshops. Senior citizens desiring credit for courses taken should register according to regular
admissions policies and procedures.