Special Programs

Auditor's Fee

Students auditing classes (Audit Permit required) must pay the same fees charged for credit courses.

Auditing Courses

Permanently, totally disabled persons or persons 60 years of age or older who are domiciled in Tennessee, may audit courses without paying tuition, maintenance fees, or general access fees as long as classroom space is available. Participants must pay the application fee and any special activity fees associated with courses. Program participants may begin to register four weeks prior to classes beginning. Proof of permanent total disability or age will be required at the time of registration and enrollment confirmation.

Credit Courses

Permanently, totally disabled persons and persons 65 years of age or older who are domiciled in Tennessee may enroll in courses for credit without paying tuition charges, maintenance fees or general access fees. However, a service fee of $70.00 per hour (undergraduate and graduate), to a maximum of $70.00 per semester is charged. Participants must pay the application fee and any special activity fees associated with courses. Proof of total permanent disability or age will be required at the time of registration and enrollment confirmation. Proof-of-disability forms are available in the Business Office, Derryberry Hall, Room 100. Enrollment under this program is on a classroom space-available basis only. Program participants may begin to register four weeks prior to classes beginning.

Fee Waiver for State Employees & PC191 Participants

Full-time employees of the State of Tennessee, as well as TBR and UT system employees, are eligible for enrollment in one credit course per term without paying maintenance fees. Course enrollments will be permitted on a classroom space-available basis. A completed "Application for Fee Waiver" form will be required at the time of registration and enrollment confirmation. Program participants may begin to register four weeks prior to classes beginning.

State employees must receive credit for the course in which they are enrolled. In addition, changes may not be made from credit to audit during the course of the term. Program participants may begin to register four weeks prior to classes beginning.

TBR and UT system employees may audit a course if the course is a credit course. PC191 program participants may begin to register four weeks prior to classes beginning.