Audit/Time Conflict/Permission Form
What is an AUDIT?
To audit means to attend and participate in class without earning a regular letter grade. Audited classes are listed on a student’s permanent record with a grade of AU and no credit hours. Instructors have the authority to fail a student from an audited course if he or she does not do the required work, or fails to attend the class.
How to Audit a Class
To AUDIT a class, a student must request to audit the class from the instructor. If the instructor approves, he/she must sign the audit permission form. This approved form must be submitted to the Registration Office, Basement, Sparks Hall, to tag the approved class for audit on the student's registration before the deadline to audit a class. See the Calendars website for audit deadline dates.
Will an Audit Affect My Financial Aid?
Students who choose to audit a class will NOT receive credit, which may affect current and future aid eligibility. Contact the Student Financial Aid Office, email@example.com, 270-809-3546, for additional information.
NOTE: Student Athletes must discuss auditing a class with Athletics before submitting an approved audit form to the Registration Office. International students should also contact the International office prior to auditing a class.