Definition: Persons wishing to attend regular college classes without credit may apply for admission as auditors.
- must submit evidence of graduation from an accredited high school or a GED score report that satisfies the minimum requirements of the state of Georgia. Audit students are not required to take the SAT or ACT or meet the College Preparatory Curriculum requirements.
Regular tuition and fees apply to these students. Auditors fully participate in their courses, except that examinations are not required. No grades are issued and no credit is granted when the courses are complete, nor may students receive retroactive credit at any later time for courses completed as auditors. To receive credit later, students must register again for the same course(s) on a credit basis. Auditors are not allowed to change from an audit to a credit status once classes have begun. To change from an audit to a credit status, students must submit the appropriate documentation to the Admissions Office and take the Compass placement tests, if required.