Audit a Course
Beginning September 1, 2017, you can audit a course for a significantly lower cost: $75 per credit hour with most classes being two to three credit hours. The fee will be the same for all persons interested in auditing a course. Auditors do not receive academic credit for the course, but can receive 1 CEU per credit hour.
Auditing a class is a good way to learn more about a topic of interest or to brush up on new information. The option to audit a course is open to any admitted student at the institution at the discretion of the faculty member. Those not already enrolled normally would need to complete the Audit Application in order to audit a course. Both on campus and online classes can be audited.
The application to audit a course can be found here.
Auditing a Course as an Garrett-Evangelical Alum
As a service to our alums, we have a simplified process in place for graduates to return to audit courses for continuing education or personal enrichment.
Alums complete the Alum Auditor Request Form and submit the completed form directly to the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Registrar will then confirm availability with the course instructor and set up the registration.
Alums who are interested in an upcoming class should complete the form at least four weeks before term start.