Auditing a Course

Students may enroll in courses on an "Audit" basis, for no academic credit, with the approval of the course instructor. The audit is recorded on the student's academic record as "AU", but no grade or credit is assigned. An auditor is expected to attend all classes, but is not required to complete assignments or to take examinations. Audited classes may not be used to fulfill degree requirements.

Students may register to audit a course during the first two weeks of the semester as noted on the Academic Calendar. The fee for auditing a course is one-half the tuition of a course, unless it is being taken as part of a full-time course load.

Once the Audit Option has been exercised, it cannot be retracted.

Stonehill College employees and Faculty are eligible to audit a course at Stonehill, but please note that this form will need to be signed by Human Resources in addition to the faculty member teaching the course before returning it to the Registrar's Office.

Course Audit Approval Form

Duffy Academic Center – 112

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