Connecticut State Colleges and Universities
Charter Oak State College Official Catalog

Course Audit Policy

A student who audits a course does so for the purposes of self-enrichment and academic exploration. Students will have access to course material and assignments, but will not be allowed to submit work or particiapte in discussions. Students who audit may only observe.

Undergraduate

Any undergraduate student may audit one undergraduate course per semester on a space-available basis. Auditing carries no credit and no grade. Even though a course is entered on the student's transcript, it does not affect a student's part-time or full-time status.

An 'AU' grade will be posted to the official transcript for any audited course. An audited course cannot be changed to a letter grade once the course has begun (or vice versa). If a letter grade is required, a student must retake the course and pay full tuition.

Students wishing to audit a course must complete the Audit Registration Form and pay 50% of the cost of the course as well as the Student Services Fee and Technology Fee.

Graduate

Any graduate student may audit one graduate course outside of their concentration per semester on a space-available basis. Major courses cannot be audited. Auditing carries no credit and no grade. Even though a course is entered on the student's transcript, it does not affect a student's part-time or full-time status.

An 'AU' grade will be posted to the official transcript for any audited course. An audited course cannot be changed to a letter grade once the course has begun (or vice versa). Once a graduate student decides to audit a course, they cannot later take it for credit.

Students wishing to audit a course must complete the Audit Registration Form and pay 50% of the cost of the course as well as the Student Services Fee and Technology Fee.