Students, student spouses, friends of the Seminary, and other interested parties may audit undergraduate and graduate courses at Southeastern if there is space available, with the professor’s permission, and by paying a $50 audit fee. Music classes are not eligible for auditors.


FOR NON-STUDENTS:

  1. The prospective student must fill out the Audit Registration Form to be entered into the student database: https://apply.sebts.edu/register/audit
  2. The student should email the professor directly to inquire about the possibility of auditing the desired course.
  3. The student must then apply and pay the audit fee using the Application to Audit a Course: https://form.jotform.com/90084280982158. A new form must be filled out for each course being requested.
  4. If approved, the student will be registered for the course as an Auditor and will receive access to the course in Moodle.

FOR CURRENT STUDENTS:

  1. The student should email the professor directly to inquire about the possibility of auditing the desired course.
  2. The student must then apply to audit the course using the Application to Audit a Course: https://form.jotform.com/90085620599161. A new form must be filled out for each course being requested.
  3. If approved, the student will be registered for the course as an Auditor and will receive access to the course in Moodle.
  4. The audit fee will be applied to the student’s account to be paid through Accounting Services.

TO AUDIT AN ADVANCED (DOCTORAL) COURSE

Students who have completed an accredited graduate degree may be allowed to audit advanced level courses (Ph.D., Ed.D., D.Min.). In order to audit an advanced-level course, students will adhere to the following approval process:

  1. The student must obtain approval from the program director under which the course is listed (e.g., the Director of Ph.D. Studies for a Ph.D. course).
  2. The student must obtain approval from the professor of the course(s) to be audited.
  3. The student must fill out the appropriate form(s):
  4. No student will be allowed to audit or “sit in” on a doctoral course without meeting the above conditions.