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An audit application should be completed if you would like to sit in on a class but not take it for academic credit. A limited number of auditors may be permitted in some courses, depending on the course size and the type of the course. 

Applicants should contact Josh Linton, Director of Recruitment, or by telephone at (918) 270-6463 to verify that auditors are permitted in the course(s) you are interested in before you complete the application.

To obtain a professor’s permission to audit her/his course, send an e-mail to the professor and copy Josh Linton. Ask the professor to “reply to all” when responding. Her/his e-mail response can be attached in lieu of the signature to complete the application. The Dean’s signature will be obtained by the admissions and recruiting staff after the professor has given permission to audit. 

Please read the Audit Policies prior to completing the application to familiarize yourself with the expectations of auditors. 

A completed audit application will include: 

  • Audit application form
  • $25 application fee (for first-time audit applicants only)

You may apply online or you may download and print the application and required forms and mail them directly to the Seminary. Please choose only one to submit the application. 

Apply online to Audit a course

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