Auditing Courses Policy 311.05
Series: 300 Students
Section: Registration, Assessment, Auditing and Scheduling Classes
Auditing a course means a student attends a course regularly without being required to take exams, complete assignments or perform other tasks required by the instructor. Students receive no credit for audited courses. Each academic department may determine whether a course may be enrolled in by students for audit purposes. Audited courses will not be considered in determining full-time or part-time enrollment status and may not satisfy enrollment requirements for graduation purposes. Credit enrollment cannot be converted to audit status, and audit enrollment cannot be changed to credit enrollment. Students may not enroll for credit, drop the course and then re-enroll for audit in the same course section.
Students may only enroll to audit a course during the dates designated for audit enrollment. Instructions on how to enroll for audit are available on the JCCC website. Tuition and fees for audited courses will be assessed at the same rate as that charged for enrolling in credit courses. Financial aid will not pay for audited courses. Students eligible for 60+ tuition rates for credit courses must pay regular full-price tuition rates for audited courses.
Revised: 02/15/2001, 01/15/2009, 03/14/2013, 10/16/2014