Auditing means taking a course without seeking a grade or credit for the course. Students usually audit courses for self-interest and academic exploration.
When you audit a course, your participation in courses is set by the course instructor. In general, if you're auditing a course, you'll be expected to complete all course requirements except the final exam, and your transcript will show a statement of audit for the course.
If you choose to audit a course, you will still be assessed regular tuition and mandatory student fees. Read more about auditing courses in the Academic Calendar.