Although students registered at Regis normally take all their courses for credit, a limited number of students may audit a course with the permission of the instructor and subject to space; auditors are not admitted to full, limited-enrolment courses.
The fee for auditing a course is listed on the annual schedule of fees. Auditing fee may be waived for students carrying a full-course load. Any Regis student wishing to audit a course must complete the relevant Basic program or Advanced program Audit Form available at the webpage http://www.regiscollege.ca/files/Audit_BD_from20075.pdf, or from the Student Services Assistant, and obtain the signature of the instructor teaching the course.
Audited courses are not registered on ROSI, and do not appear on a basic program student's official transcript. An audited course may never be converted to a credit course at a later date. A course taken for audit should not be taken again for credit.
Auditors are not issued a University of Toronto student number and do not receive an identification card. Auditors may inquire at the Regis College Library circulation desk about options for library privileges (http://www.regiscollege.ca/library/borrowing). Participation of the auditor in class exercises and discussion is at the discretion of the professor. Instructors will not mark or read written work from auditors.