To be eligible to audit a course, a student must be in good academic standing, and either enrolled full-time or in the last semester of their senior year. A student who wishes to audit a course must secure the consent of the instructor and register as an auditor using the enrollment change form beginning the first day of the semester through the add/drop period. When class space is limited, priority for seats goes to non-auditors. Credit will not be granted for auditing a course. Auditors are required to attend a minimum of 75% of the class sessions. If this requirement is not met the registrar may, solely upon notice that the student has insufficient attendance, delete the course from the student's record. Audit classes cannot be counted for enrollment certification, for fulfillment of degree requirements, for financial aid purposes, or for loan deferment purposes regardless of billing or registration status.