Course Auditing Program

The Alumni Course Auditing Program gives Goodwin University alumni the benefit of attending Goodwin University courses on a not-for-credit basis. The program is a rewarding way to enhance professional skills, increase knowledge and pursue a commitment to lifelong learning. Please review the following rules and guidelines before completing the online registration form.

Rules and Guidelines

  • Goodwin University alumni may audit classes on a space-available basis and with the prior approval of the program director. Audits for courses that are full, closed or wait listed are not available.
  • Alumni may audit one course per year. Any course that is offered by Goodwin University may be audited with the exception of labs, clinical courses and internships.
  • The registration fee is $50 per course. All proceeds will support the student scholarship fund. Alumni are also responsible for purchasing any required textbooks for the course.
  • Alumni must be in good financial standing with The University in order to audit courses.
  • Auditors do not earn course credits and are not responsible for completing any assignments or taking any exams.
  • The registration form and payment must be received at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the class requested.
  • Transcripts will not be created and records will not be kept for audited courses.
  • Alumni who subsequently enroll in a given degree program will not be eligible to transfer the previously audited course(s) to degree course status.

How to Register

  1. Find a course that you are interested in. To search for a course, you must access SonisWeb ( and search “Courses by Semester” on the homepage.
  2. Print and complete the registration form.
  3. Submit your completed registration form and payment to Goodwin Foundation, Attn: Vanessa Pergolizzi/Alumni Relations Coordinator, One Riverside Drive, East Hartford, CT 06118. The registration form and payment must be received together.
  4. The Alumni Relations Coordinator will contact the program director to get his or her approval of the desired course to be taken.
  5. Once these steps have been taken, you will receive a confirmation that you have been approved to audit a course.
  6. In the event that a class has limited space, you may be notified up to one week after the class has already started that you have been approved to audit the course. If a class is not available, you will be refunded.