How to Become an Auditor

Spring 2022 activation and vaccine verification will take place November 1-4 and 8-11, 2021. New auditors will be able to create accounts and register for activation appointments during the last week of October.

To join the Community Auditing Program please follow the two steps below.

Step 1 - Create an account: Click on this link (link disabled) to get started. On the registration site choose sign in and scroll down to find the new account feature. After your account is created it must be activated in step two.

Step 2 - Account Activation: All new accounts require activation. Accounts are activated in person. Click on this link (link disabled) to register for an activation appointment. Please be prepared to show documentation that verifies your residence and age during your appointment. Auditors must live in New Jersey or be within a 50 mile radius of Princeton University. A U.S. driver’s license is adequate documentation to verify both residency and age. Bring a photocopy of your COVID-19 vaccine record with you. We will retain your vaccine record for our files. New account activation will cease on November 11, 2021 for system updates and maintenance. Auditors who do not complete an activation appointment will not be eligible to register for classes.

COVID-19 information: All auditors who register for an in-person class will be required to independently obtain a weekly COVID-19 PCR test. The test result must be negative in order to be admitted to class. Masks must be work in class at all times.

Fee: $200 per course unless noted otherwise, per semester.

Auditor Only Series Fee: $125

Payment: Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover); checks and cash are currently not accepted. We do not accept American Express cards.

Program Orientation

Fall 2021 Community Auditing Orientation for new auditors

If you are new to the program you must attend an orientation presentation prior to registering for the program.

Dates: to be determined

Computer Requirements for Registration

In preparation for registration and virtual classes we want to provide you with an update about technical requirements for your computer system that will improve your online experience.

To provide our customers the most effective and secure online experience, we are continually upgrading our online features and services. As we add new features and enhancements to our service, older browser versions may not support these new standards. For Security and common compatibility, CampusCE officially tests against and supports the following browsers:

Internet Explorer 11.x and higher for Windows, • Microsoft Edge 15.x and higher for Windows 10+, Google Chrome 48.x and higher for Windows and Macintosh, Mozilla Firefox 44.x and higher for Windows, and Apple Safari 9.x and higher for Mac OS.