60+ Auditors must complete a Non-Degree Application Packet. This packet will contain the following: non-degree application form, immunization health form, residency classification form. The forms are available online or at the Registrar's Office. If you have registered within the last 12 months, you'll only need to fill out the drop/add form at theRegistrar's Office.
If you are a Florida resident for tuition purposes defined according to Florida Statute 240.1201 as a Florida "resident for tuition purposes" is a person who has established and maintained legal residency in Florida for the previous 12 month period, and
If you are a U.S. Citizen, permanent resident alien or alien granted indefinite stay by the Bureau of Citizenship Services.
You can view online the courses available in the 60+ Schedule of Courses which will be available in the near future. Registration for any course not listed in the 60+ Schedule of Courses will incur a charge which you will be held responsible for. The course offering can be picked up at any Registrar's Office, or mailed to you by calling (561) 297-3050.
To audit means to listen. The extent of participation in classroom discussion will be established by the individual instructor. The interests of the tuition-paying students must remain primary; interference by enthusiastic auditors is disruptive.
Auditors are asked to sit behind the students enrolled for credit; the instructor expects to see and be able to call upon these students.
Please do not invite or encourage guests to attend classes with you.
On the special Registration Days, you can register in the Student Support Services Building, Room 132, for classes on the Boca Raton Campus. To attend classes on the other campuses you must go to the Registration Office of that campus to register on the special Registration Days.