Auditor: Audit students must apply and be accepted into Kennesaw State based on one of the admission classifications to audit courses.
Steps to Apply:
- Submit an application to Kennesaw State University online at GACollege411.org. This requires completing the application and submitting with a $40 application fee payable by debit or credit card.
- Provide an official high school transcript reflecting graduation, an equivalency or official transcript from an accredited college or university showing credits earned.
- Follow the status of your application on the application status check. Please keep in mind that documents can take up to six weeks to be processed.
Students are not permitted to receive retroactive credit at any future date for their participation in a course as an auditor nor change from an audit to a credit status while enrolled in a course. Audited courses are counted at full value in computing the student’s course load for fee purposes. A student wishing to change his/her classification from an auditor to a degree-seeking student must reapply for admission for a future term in the appropriate category and meet all pertinent requirements and deadlines.
Audited courses do not qualify for educational benefits or financial assistance under social security laws, veterans and other federal and state programs.
NOTE: All enrolling students must provide the University System of Georgia proof of immunization to the Health Clinic. Also, all applicants who apply for in-state tuition must provide lawful presence verification.