Course Audit

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College seeks to encourage students and members of the general public to see learning as a life-long endeavor. Participation in continuing education can enrich the lives of young and old alike by opening opportunities to develop new friendships, new perspectives, and new skills.

Auditing a course is just one of the many ways individuals can participate in continuing education at Pennsylvania Highlands. Course auditors do not receive a grade or credit for the class and the level of participation such as completion of exams, papers, projects, etc. is usually negotiated between the student and the instructor.

Those wishing to audit a course must complete and return a Request Petition to Audit Form to the Registrar's Office. This form must be submitted prior to the end of the Add/Drop period of the semester. Once the form has been submitted and processed, audit status cannot be changed. Permission to audit will only be granted if there are seats available in the course. Audit students will be on Stand-by Status until the end of the Add/Drop Period. Once the Add/Drop period is over and seats are available the audit student's status will be finalized.

Course Audit Cost: If space is available, individuals may audit a class by enrolling in for-credit courses. Individuals who audit classes will receive a tuition discount. Please refer to the website for the most current tuition and fee information. 

Senior Citizen Course Audit Cost: If space is available, Pennsylvania residents who are 62 years or older may audit for-credit courses at a reduced rate. Please refer to the website for the most current tuition and fee information.