Auditing a course generally translates to "sitting in" on a course for no credit.
Auditing gives you a chance to sit in on most GTU consortium courses during Fall, Intersession and Spring, and any PSR summer course of your choice. You do not receive academic credits or a grade. Each instructor determines the ways their auditors are expected to participate in the course, but auditors usually do not write papers or take examinations. Audited courses appear on PSR transcripts (except for MA students) as 0.0 credits with a grade of AUD of the audit is completed successfully, or W (for withdrawal) if not.
Before applying to audit, refer to the GTU Schedule course description to determine whether auditors are allowed in the course you wish to audit.
You may audit courses for a fee considerably less than the standard fee per credit by submitting an online audit application. To apply, first you must complete an audit application from the PSR Registrar before the close of registration. You must also pay the required fee listed under Tuition and Fees before you can officially audit a course.
Current students may audit courses by registering via WebAdvisor. Audits are charged at the current audit rate. In addition, spouses of full time students, field education mentors/supervisors, adjunct faculty, staff, emeriti, and guests of PSR may enjoy special auditing and in some cases academic credit registration privileges. Spouses (domestic partners, husbands, wives) of PSR students may be eligible to audit up to one course in the consortium for free per semester for every semester that the PSR student is registered at 9.0 credits or more. To do this, spouses should fill out an Audit Application at the PSR website.
Summer Session students or visitors interested in sitting in on a course that is also offered for continuing education units (CEU) should opt to register for CEU's (same expectations as auditing) instantly for less cost at the PSR Summer Session site. For more information on registration and the price difference consult the PSR Summer Session Registration page.
To find out more, contact the Registrar.