Academic & Student Affairs Handbook

Procedural guide for implementing BoR policies related to Academic Affairs

3.9 Admission of Auditors

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BoR POLICY, 4.2.2.5 ADMISSION OF AUDITORS

Students who submit evidence of graduation from a high school as specified in BoR Policy Manual 4.2.1.1, Freshman Requirements, or have a state-issued high school equivalency certificate or diploma earned through the successful completion of a high school equivalency test approved by the BoR, may register for undergraduate classes as auditors. The following high school equivalency tests are approved:

  • GED
  • HiSET
  • TASC

Students registered as auditors shall be required to pay the regular tuition and fees for enrollment. As an auditor, the student earns no grade or credit for the course, however, the student is entitled to all of the consideration given to a credit student. A transcript documenting the student’s audit status is available upon request. Students who are admitted as auditors are not eligible to receive financial aid.

Under extraordinary circumstances, the president may waive the requirement of high school diploma or equivalent for auditors.

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