Auditing a Class

What does it mean to audit a class?
With the instructor's approval, an individual may sit in on a class and participate in class discussion at the discretion of the instructor. The individual does not submit course work or participate in exams. The course does not appear on the transcript and the individual does not get course credit.

Who can audit a class?
Individuals must be at least 19 years old or possess a high school diploma. Acceptance and enrollment at WTAMU are not required to audit a class. Auditing a class does not meet the admission standard for WTAMU.

What is the cost to audit a class?
The cost to audit a class is $20 per semester credit hour. Individuals 65 years of age and older may audit a course free of charge with instructor approval.

What is the procedure to audit a class?
The individual must pick up an Audit Approval Form from the cashier window at the Accounting and Business Office in Old Main 104, Monday-Friday between 9am and 4pm. Individual must get instructor and department head signatures of approval. Once this portion of the form is complete, the student will return to the Accounting and Business Office cashier window to submit the form and pay the audit fee. Audit fee must be paid all at one time.