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Auditing a Class

Students may choose to audit certain classes. A student who is auditing a class(es) will not receive grades or credit for the course, but his or her transcript will indicate the course was audited. A student who is auditing a class(es) will not be required to take tests; however, participation in regular classes activities is expected.

Applied music lessons (MUAP), computer systems, Developmental Education (DE), engineering, foreign language, ROTC, sign language, studio arts, and technology classes may not be audited.


Any student intending to audit a course must have completed admissions requirements and be eligible to register for that course. 

Registration to audit a course is permitted as long as a credit student is not displaced from a class as a result of the audit. Therefore, requests to audit are processed on the first (1st) day of the term and during the add/drop period only.

A special non-refundable fee of $25 is assessed per class in addition to regular tuition and fees. Students who audit are not eligible to drop or withdraw from the course or print from computers in the libraries or computer labs.

Students who have already registered for a course as credit basis may not later change their status to audit. However, audit students may change to credit status prior to the term's census date.

Students admitted under special circumstances are not eligible to audit courses..

Having considered the above restrictions, to facilitate the audit registration, please contact one of our Associate Registrars:

Shayla Andrews (Wylie campus)
Shane Apple (McKinney campus)
Debbie Dunn (Plano campus)
Nicholas Medina (Frisco campus)     
Kim Whitlock (Plano campus/Tech campus)