Auditing a Course

Auditing a course means that a student attends classes but is not required to submit assignments or take exams. Students, therefore, receive neither a grade nor course credit. Students must indicate their intention to audit a course on a separate form completed during the audit registration period. The auditing fee is the same as that of a regular course registration. Credit courses or pass/no pass courses cannot be converted to audit status, nor can audited courses be converted to credit or pass/no pass status after audit registration ends.

Currently enrolled Tri-C students are permitted to audit courses. Careful consideration is advised before requesting permission to audit a course. When uncertain whether to audit a course, students should see a counselor. Audit registration must be completed in person.

Audited courses may be added on the dates published in the Enrollment Guide at tri-c.edu/student-resources/enrollment-guide.html.