Auditing at ALC
If you are looking to
- make some first steps on a pathway to higher education,
- study for personal interest only,
- undertake professional development, or
- revisit a topic you've previously completed (e.g. a biblical language)
you may be interested in ALC's audit options.
Auditing a unit within ALC’s higher education programs enables you to participate in the class but you don't complete assignments and you won't receive any credit towards a qualification.
About higher education auditing
You may audit an undergraduate unit (by attending classes on campus or workshops) with prior approval of the Dean.
Note the following key information about auditing:
- You have the responsibility to attend classes regularly just as if you were doing the unit for credit.
- You are not expected to complete assignments.
- The lecturer is not expected to mark assignments that you may choose to submit.
- You may participate in class discussion at the discretion of the lecturer.
- You cannot build on the audited unit for credit at a later time in the course, but will be required to repeat the unit in its entirety.
Applying for audit
- View teaching schedules for ALC undergraduate units on the University of Divinity Unit Management System.
- Email email@example.com to request approval for the unit you would like to audit.
- If you receive approval, complete the 2020 Application for Admission – Audit form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Once you are enrolled, ALC enrolments will contact you with all your details.