NNU Students may enroll in an approved course (either on campus or online) on an audit basis (non-credit) if space is available in the course, with the consent of the instructor concerned.
Individuals other than NNU students may enroll in an approved undergraduate course on campus on an audit basis (non-credit) if space is available in the course, with consent of the instructor concerned and applicable department chair or college dean, and upon payment of a non-credit fee for the course. Individuals other than NNU students typically are not allowed to enroll in an online, graduate, or doctoral course on an audit basis; request for an exception may be submitted to the University Registrar, with consent needed from the instructor concerned and the applicable department chair, program director, or college dean.
Typically, this type of non-credit enrollment is for auditory involvement: individuals audit courses so they may listen to course lectures and classroom interaction.
Individuals who enroll in a course on a non-credit basis may not receive credit for the course without re-enrolling in the course and completing all regular course requirements.
Non-Credit Courses for individuals 60 years of age or older: Individuals 60 years old or older may enroll in courses on an audit basis (non-credit) without paying a non-credit fee, pending consent from the University Registrar and the instructor concerned (and/or, in the case of an adjunct instructor, consent of the department chair, program director, or applicable college dean).
Non-Credit Courses for Ordination: Individuals who audit campus (not online) courses to fulfill their educational requirements for ordination in the Church of the Nazarene will be required to pay the Course of Study tuition fee in addition to the non-credit fee.