Schedule changes, including changing sections, replacing courses with another course, auditing a course, independent study, course by appointment, or changing a course from graded to credit/non-credit must be made by the “last day to add” deadline. See current Academic Calendar.
See “Dropping Courses” and “Refund Policy” and “Credit/No-Credit” in academic catalog
Students are permitted to take up to four courses during their enrollment in a bachelor’s degree program on a “Credit/No Credit” (CR/NC) basis, not counting any CR/Internship course.
Any course may be taken on this basis except WRTG-2XX, and COLLST-499 Contemporary Perspectives. Students are also encouraged to consult with their program directors to determine whether to use the CR/NC option for required major courses.
To obtain credit, students must earn a “C-” or better in the course. The grade point average will not be affected whether credit is received for the course or not, except in certain cases where the option is used to repeat a course.
Students who elect to take a course on a CR/NC basis must notify the Office of the University Registrar on the proper form by the "last day to add" (see Academic Calendar). At that time, the decision becomes final.
Please consult with your academic advisor and the Office of the University Registrar to suggest when this option is/is not an advisable choice.
A student who wishes to attend a course regularly, but does not wish to receive credit for the course, may request permission to audit from the Manager of Academic Operations of the college in which the course is offered. The Manager of Academic Operations will, in turn, obtain permission from the faculty member.
Students are expected to meet the requirements for auditors, which are established by the faculty member teaching the course. Following the completion of the course, the faculty member will determine whether these requirements have been satisfied and, if so, the notation of “AU” will be posted on the transcript.
Tuition and fees to audit the course are the same as those when taking the course for credit.
Students must register for an audit course the same way they would for any other. In addition, they must complete the “Request for Permission to Audit a Course” form requesting permission to audit, and submit the signed form to the Registrar before the “last day to add” (see Academic Calendar). At that time, the decision becomes final. Form available on the Registrar’s website, http://www.philau.edu/registrar/ .
Audit courses cannot be applied toward degree requirements.
See “Schedule Changes” in academic catalog
Day division students wishing to take coursework in the evening during a regular fall or spring semester enroll for these courses through the same process as for day courses at pre-registration. To add or drop an evening course, day division students go to the Registrar's Office.
Day students do not register for evening courses through the Division of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Students are expected to register on the published dates for registration. Fees are payable in advance or upon the registration date. Late registrants will be charged a late registration fee. Students will receive grades for all courses for which they are registered.
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Summer Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(215) 951-2990 • email: Registrar@PhilaU.edu
Julia Aggreh, University Registrar
Kelsey Gilbert, Associate Registrar
Timothy Smalarz, Associate Registrar
Justin O'Pella, Assistant Registrar
Victoria Lally, Records Coordinator
Gina Marano, Transcript Coordinator