Community Education Audit Program.

 

Community Education Audit Program

Drew University’s Community Education Audit (CEA) program provides adult community members and visiting Au Pairs, the opportunity to sit in on undergraduate courses during the fall and spring terms at a substantially reduced fee.

Drew’s College of Liberal Arts has the primary responsibility of educating its undergraduate students, thus some classes, such as the more hands-on studio art, writing, and computer science classes, may not be appropriate for auditors. However, there are plenty of other courses to pick and choose from! Please refer to the link listed below for dates and times of class meetings this term.

News

Updated May 26, 2021

Fall 2021 Applications for New and Returning Students are available now. All students (both new and returning) must complete an application each term. Registrations begins August 23rd at 9:00am and class begins the week of August 30th. The last day of class for the fall term is December 10th.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: In April 2021, the University announced a policy requiring all students planning to be on campus for the 2021-22 academic year to be vaccinated for COVID-19. This includes undergraduate and graduate students; students participating in our joint and collaborative programs with other institutions; and visiting, exchange, non-matriculated, and special-program students (CEA and Au Pairs). Students will need to upload their Covid cards/proof of vaccination to the Drew Student Health Portal. Read more about the policy, including answers to frequently asked questions, at the COVID-19 resource site at the bottom of this section.

Other Information:

We do not offer ESL (English as a Second Language) courses. We do not offer Summer term classes.

Along with proof of vaccination for COVID-19, all NEW Au Pairs and CEA students are required to submit Health Forms prior to their first semester at Drew. See details below.

Who Can Participate?

Applications are welcome from:

  • Adults (24 yrs & older) who hold an undergraduate or advanced degree or have special interests or educational needs.
  • Visiting Au Pairs, as long as they can demonstrate a proficiency with English and can commit to attending class on a regular basis.

Applying to the Program

All students (new and returning) must submit the current term’s online application by the deadlines listed in the News section above. It is not possible to begin auditing a course after the semester has started, nor is it acceptable to leave class before it has ended. Please do not contact professors directly regarding participation in a course. Questions should be directed to the CLA Dean’s Office (cea@drew.edu or 973-408-3293).

When will I receive an admission decision?

Students will receive an admission decision via email 4-7 business days after your application is submitted.

When will I know if I was accepted into a class?

Students will register online for courses. You will find out immediately if you were accepted into the class. Please introduce yourself to your professor on the first day of class and identify yourself as an Au Pair and/or Community Auditor and discuss expectations.

Cost

The majority of courses offered are 4 credit courses. The cost for a 4 credit class is $495 ($123.75 per credit). There may be a few 1-2 credit courses available and you will be charged $123.75 per credit. Please note that ART courses may have additional fees for materials.

Tuition fees include the cost of a Drew University parking placard and access to all Drew facilities for the term. (not applicable for fall term 2020 – online courses only)

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