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Auditing a Class
A student may audit a class for no grade and no credit. Acceptable performance, attitude and attendance as determined by the instructor in charge are expected. Regular fees and enrollment procedures are required. A grade of "NC" (no credit) will be reported on your transcript. This grade has no impact on GPA or hours earned.
Courses taken as an audit must be so designated prior to the final date for changing class schedules as announced in the official calendar (normally within 7 days from the start of the course). Audited classes do not fulfill requirements for load consideration, nor do they count as part of a student's enrollment status for receiving federal financial aid or V.A. educational benefits.
Attention instructors: Don’t forget to account for students auditing your courses when reporting grades. A grade of “NC” (no credit) must be entered for these students.