Auditing a course requires instructor permission. When a course is audited, no credit is given and the work cannot be counted later for credit. Students enrolled as full-time students are permitted to enroll in one additional course by audit. Approval for an overload is not needed from the dean of the school since the audited course does not count toward a student’s academic load. However, students seeking to audit a course must meet with the University Registrar in order to properly register for the course. The grade of AU will be issued if the student completes the course. This grade is neutral to the grade point average and the hours do not count toward earned hours. Applicable dates for dropping and adding will be followed. The audit fee is forfeited if the course is not dropped within the first ten (10) business days of a semester or the first three (3) days of the January or summer terms. Auditing is not permitted in private lessons, laboratory, performance, or skill courses. Auditing is subject to the applicable fees and refunds.