Audit of Academic Courses

Students who wish to audit courses at Dickinson State University must apply for and receive the permission of the class instructor. A student may not request such permission until after the regular registration period as regular enrollees have a priority in filling the class. The following conditions will apply:

  1. Only lecture type courses may be audited. Audits will not be permitted in activity, laboratory, or classes requiring special equipment (example: computer, camera).
  2. No courses taught online or inter-active video may be audited.
  3. No academic credit will be granted.
  4. The student may not switch from the audit to regular registration or vice versa after the last day to add a class.
  5. The audit registration will appear on the student’s transcript as “AU”. Audit forms may be obtained at the Office of Academic Records.
  6. Students must attend at least 60% of the course in order to receive the audit notation. The instructor will determine what course work will be completed for audit credit.
  7. The following audit fee schedule will apply:
  •  Resident: one-half resident tuition rate.
  • Non-resident: one-half non-resident tuition rate.