Auditing Courses

What does auditing a course mean?

When you audit a course, you are permitted to attend classes but you do not submit assignments, write papers, tests or examinations. Credit is not given nor is a mark awarded for audited courses. Courses will appear on the transcript with the notation “AUD.” If not already admitted to the University, audit students must register through admissons@crandallu.ca.

Current enrolled students may audit many of the courses offered with the permission of the Instructor and Registrar.

Registration for an audit is available from the first day of courses until the last day to add a course.

Fees for auditing a course

All students auditing a course pay one-half of the regular tuition fee for that course.

A student registered to audit a course who during the session wishes to change the registration to credit must receive approval from the Registrar and pay the difference in course fees. This must be done on or before the last day for withdrawal without a “W,” as shown in the table of course Add/Drop Dates in the academic calendar. The same deadline applies for changing from credit to audit.

Those interested in auditing a course who are aged 65+ are eligible to audit the course for free (based on availability).

For a list of courses being offered, please view the course listings on the Registrar’s Office page.

Questions?

If you’re interested in auditing courses at Crandall University, please contact us at admissions@crandallu.ca for more details or to enroll.

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