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:

  1. Download Audit Information.pdf (PDF 98KB) . This lists the topics, special conditions and associated costs.
  2. Look up the topic content, timetable information and topic coordinators on the topic information website .
  3. Download and complete the Audit Application Form.pdf (PDF 70KB) .
    Note: Some topics require the lecturer's permission for attendance at lectures. Contact details for topic coordinators can be found on the staff directory.
  4. Return the completed form to Flinders Connect.


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.

More information

If you require any additional assistance contact:

Flinders Connect
Tel: 1300 354 633
Email: askflinders@flinders.edu.au