Flinders offers members of the community the opportunity to audit various university topics.
What is auditing a topic?
Auditing means that a person attends lectures from a topic in an award course for general interest (ie. not for the purpose of completing the requirements of the award).
Please note that auditing a topic does not include assessment, attending tutorials, laboratory classes or the use of computing facilities including Flinders Learning Online (FLO).
Can I use the Library?
If you would like to borrow books from the library you can do so for a fee of $55.00 (inc GST). This will entitle you to borrow up to 4 books at a time for a period of 2 weeks.
How do I apply?
To apply to audit a topic, complete the following steps:
- Download Audit Information.pdf (PDF 41KB) . This lists the topics, special conditions and associated costs.
- Look up the topic content, timetable information and topic coordinators on the topic information website .
- Download and complete the
Audit Application Form.pdf (PDF 69KB) .
Note: Some topics require the lecturer's permission for attendance at lectures. Contact details for topic coordinators can be found on the staff directory.
- Return the completed form to the Admissions/Prospective Students Office.
Some additional restrictions apply.
- A student will normally be entitled to attend lectures only. No assessment of student work will occur.
- A student may not qualify for admission to an award course on the basis of completing audited topics.
- A student may not gain credit within a university degree or diploma program on the basis of completing audited topics.
- No certification will be provided for participation in or completion of audited topics.