Conditions for Auditing a Class
The University of Wisconsin, Board of Regents policy makes it possible for students to audit courses at reduced costs, as follows:
- Wisconsin Residents under age 60: 30% of the normal per credit tuition.
- Wisconsin Residents age 60 or older: Normal per-credit tuition waived (as of first day of classes). UW-Eau Claire does require the payment of segregated fees by all auditors.
- Minnesota Reciprocity: 30% of the normal per-credit Minnesota Reciprocity Fee plus segregated fees.
- Nonresidents: 50% of the normal per credit tuition plus segregated fees.
- Tuition shall be removed for all disabled Wisconsin residents receiving disability benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Income Program (SSI). UW-Eau Claire does require the payment of segregated fees by all auditors.
- Individuals with questions regarding disability requirements should contact an adviser in Services for Students with Disabilities for information.
- Individuals may audit a maximum of twelve credits each semester. Students may take a combination of audit and credit coursework during the same semester as long as the combination does not exceed the twelve credit maximum.
- UW-Eau Claire does require the payment of segregated fees by all auditors.
Audit Fees can be found on the Business Office's Student Financials website at http://www.uwec.edu/Busoff/studentfinancials/index.htm.