Community Auditor Registration

In-person classes offered by CU Boulder main campus as well as Evening Credit classes offered through Continuing Education are available for auditing during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Online classes cannot be audited.

Community auditors may search classes using the Guest Course Search.


Community auditors must be formally included on the roster for the class(es) they will attend. To register as an auditor, complete the Community Auditor Registration Form and obtain permission and a signature from the instructor during the first two weeks of class.

An auditor may not switch from being an auditor to enrolling in a course for credit within the same semester. Community members interested in learning more about taking courses for credit should contact an academic advisor.

Dates and Deadlines

Current degree students receive priority during open enrollment and auditors will not be added to any waitlist or enrolled above classroom fire code restrictions even with instructor permission.

Although auditors may attend classes during the first two weeks of the session to ask professors for permission to audit the course and have the enrollment form signed, enrollment will not be official until the auditor submits their enrollment form to Continuing Education (1505 University Avenue) after the last official day to add a course (see the ACCESS Academic Calendar for specific dates).

Summer 2019 registration opens on April 15. The deadline to submit the application is based on the Summer Session course deadlines.

Fall 2019 registration opens on Wednesday, September 4 and the deadline to apply is September 26.


Payment is due at the time of enrollment. Community auditors pay a flat rate of $250.00 per term regardless of the number of courses they have permission to attend. There are no additional course fees charged to auditors.

There is no refund and no opportunity to petition for a refund. Additionally, auditors are not eligible for financial aid, scholarships, or payment plans.

Community Auditor Restrictions

Participants in the Community Auditors Program must meet the following requirements:

  • Age 18-54 (Age 55 or over, see the Senior Auditor Program)
  • Not be registered as either a degree-seeking or nondegree student at CU Boulder

Auditors are not considered students and do not receive the same privileges as enrolled or nondegree students. Registered auditors receive class instruction, access to the online learning management system, and library privileges only. Acceptance to the University of Colorado Boulder as a community auditor does not guarantee eligibility for regular degree or nondegree status. To enroll in CU Boulder courses for credit as a nondegree student, please visit the ACCESS program page.

Registered students, either enrolled or suspended, may not attend courses as a Community Auditor. If an admitted degree student is interested in participating in a class without receiving credit, the student must enroll in the course for no credit. Courses taken for no credit are assessed the same tuition rate as courses taken for credit.

The following classes are not available to auditors:

  • Participatory courses (voice, choral, dance, painting, ceramics, computer, theater, photography, musical instrument, studio film etc.)
  • Cinema Studies studio courses and CINE/FILM 2000 – Foundations 1
  • Online Credit Continuing Education courses
  • Summer Session online courses
  • Honors courses and courses that have a waitlist
  • International Affairs senior seminar courses (IAFS 4500) and any fully enrolled IAFS course
  • First-year law courses (LAWS 5000- & some 6000-level) as well as all law school seminars (LAWS 8000-level)
    NOTE: Auditors will need to obtain both Instructor and Dean’s signatures for all approved LAWS classes
  • All graduate level Business courses (ACCT, BADM, MBAC, MBAX, MSBC and MSBX)
  • History 1800 and all 3000-level and graduate courses
    NOTE: The History Department allows auditors in most 1000-, 2000- and 4000-level courses.
  • Foreign language courses, including Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Korean, Farsi and Hindi
    NOTE: Community members may access language courses through the Anderson Language and Technology Center (ALTEC)
  • Graduate online library courses

Contact us for more information at ceregistration@colorado.edu or 303-492-5148.

Community Auditor Transcripts

There is no credit for audited courses nor are auditors eligible to petition for credit at any time.

Auditors can view and print an unofficial copy of their transcript through the MyCUInfo student portal or request a hard copy through the Office of the Registrar.

Note: To view an unofficial transcript of audited courses in MyCUInfo, be sure to change from “All CU Careers” to “Noncredit Career.”

MyCUInfo and Identikey

MyCUInfo is CU Boulder’s online campus portal. It gives you access to view your course enrollment, book lists, campus announcements, and more.

You’ll need an Identikey, or a unique username, to log in to and access MyCUInfo. Use your student identification number to activate your IdentiKey at identikey.colorado.edu.

If you have questions, contact us at ceregistration@colorado.edu or 303-492-5148.

Now that you’ve selected your favorite Continuing Education courses, email or print the information, including class number, to more easily search MyCUInfo and enroll. Still have questions? Contact an advisor.


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