Auditing Courses

Special Students and Auditors are considered students of Lexington Theological Seminary and as such, are subject to all policies and standards of conduct described in the Seminary’s Student Handbook https://www.lextheo.edu/student-handbook/

To be admitted as an Auditor one must complete the online application form and pay the corresponding application fee (see also https://www.lextheo.edu/4-0-academic-policies-and-procedures/#4.4 section 4.4.3.3).  No essay is required of Auditors. No references or transcripts are required of Auditors. LTS Alumni are eligible to audit courses at a rate of 50% of the audit fee. Auditors can take as many courses as they choose, although class size may limit their options. 

Persons who are interested in auditing one or more Seminary courses should contact the Seminary’s Director of Admissions whose contact information is available at:  https://www.lextheo.edu/home/contact/

Students wishing to take 12 or fewer credit hours “for credit” will need to apply as a Special Student (see also https://www.lextheo.edu/4-0-academic-policies-and-procedures/#4.4 section 4.4.3.1) .  Special Students must complete the application and fee, submit transcripts, and provide one letter of recommendation.  In place of the essay, students may write a few sentences indicating their plans for coursework at Lexington Theological Seminary.