||High School Concurrent Registration|
|Audit Card Program||Senior Citizens Auditors|
|Faculty and Staff Registration|
ACCESS enables nondegree students to enroll in CU-Boulder main campus courses (undergraduate or graduate) on a first-come, first-served basis through Continuing Education. Some ACCESS students take courses for personal or professional development, while others plan on enrolling in a degree program at CU-Boulder in the future.
Individuals, aged 18-54 who are not registered students who wish to attend regularly scheduled classes, must obtain an audit card. Auditors, resident or nonresident, pay resident undergraduate arts and sciences tuition for 3 semester hours per term (regardless of the number of class hours taken) and receive class instruction and library privileges only. An auditor's card must be presented to the instructor on the first day of class. The auditor’s card expires on the last official day of the term in which it is being used. Auditors must get permission from the professor to audit a class prior to purchasing the audit card. Once an audit card is purchased, there is no refund and it cannot be petitioned for a refund. Cards may be obtained from Student Billing in the Bursar's Office in Regent Administrative Center. For more information, contact Student Billing at 303-492-5381 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Colorado residents age 55 and over, there is a special senior auditor program. Refer to the information at: CU-Boulder Alumni Association
All permanent faculty and staff members at CU-Boulder may take 1 to 6 free credit hours each year without paying tuition. Course work must be taken outside of scheduled working hours or an adjusted work schedule must be established that is acceptable to the employing department. For more information, go to the Bursar's Office.
The High School Concurrent Program is coordinated by the Division of Continuing Education . Registration is available through the ACCESS and Boulder evening programs. For information on eligibility and times for registration using telephone registration and web registration, please call 303-492-5148 or visit the High School Concurrent web site.
All Colorado residents age 55 and older can register in this tuition-free, noncredit program to audit classes on a space-available basis. This program is sponsored by the CU-Boulder Alumni Association. Call 303-492-8484 or visit CU-Boulder Alumni Association for information.