Auditing

Christian Theological Seminary welcomes and encourages lifelong learners to audit classes at a steeply discounted rate.

Auditing status means that a student enrolls in courses, attends class and accepts the instructor’s requirements for the audit. Audits are listed on transcripts, but credits are not issued toward a degree. To discontinue the audit, the student must officially withdraw from the course. The instructor’s permission is required in order to audit a course. The number of auditors will not normally exceed 10 percent of a course’s enrollment.

CTS students who are full time (9 semester hours or more) and/or their spouses may audit additional hours during the same semester without paying an audit fee.

Discounts are available to Butler University employees, CTS Field Education supervisors, senior citizens (age 62+), spouses of full-time students (for auditing only), and CTS staff. Indicate the type of discount you are eligible for on the non-degree application.

Information and Questions
Call the Registrar’s Office at (317) 931-2382, or registrar@cts.edu, or room 147.

How to Enroll
Admission as a non-degree or auditing student requires a one-page application and registration form submitted to the Office of the Registrar. The Registrars’ office forwards the application to the Academic Dean for approval and notifies the applicant of the admission status by email. Classes taken for credit require that the student hold a baccalaureate or its educational equivalent from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting association.

Upon successful admission, the Registrar will send each student a schedule and payment information.