In accordance with the California Education Code Section 76370 and Coast Community College District BP 5030 and AP 5030, students may audit courses specifically designated by the college as eligible for audit. No credit is awarded. Enrollment Fees of $15 per unit are charged for course auditing. The Student Health Fee, College Service Charge and Student Representation Fee are also charged to students that audit a course. Auditing fees are non-refundable and are not covered by a fee waiver or financial aid. Further information on auditing a course can be obtained in the respective division office.
Conditions for Course Auditing
In order to audit a course, the following must be met:
- The course has been designated by the College as eligible for audit.
- The student is ineligible to enroll for credit because the course has already been taken for the maximum number of times allowed within the Coast Community College District.
- Students who audit a class/classes are expected to participate in all class activities as required by the course Instructor.
Note: Permission to audit a class requires the approval of the faculty member and Division Dean. Priority in class enrollment shall be given to students desiring to take the course for credit towards a degree or certificate. Students who register in a class are ineligible for an audit option for the same course.