Repetition of Courses

An undergraduate student may only repeat a course in which they earned a grade of "C-" or lower if it is a prerequisite course requiring a minimum grade of "C", or if a minimum grade of "C" is a requirement in the student's declared major. Students will not receive additional credit hours for repeated courses in which they originally earned a passing grade. Students who do not receive a passing grade in a course may repeat that course. For courses repeated subsequent to the effective date of the policy, during a student's academic career at the University a student may repeat any number of distinct courses totaling a maximum of sixteen (16) credit hours.

No single undergraduate course may be repeated more than two (2) times to include withdrawals (W's), for a maximum of three (3) attempts. No single graduate course may be repeated more than (1) one time, to include withdrawals (W's), for a maximum of two attempts. All grades received will be recorded on the student's permanent academic record. for repeats of courses subsequent to the effective date of this policy, any undergraduate student who has exhausted their tree (3) attempts or any graduate student who has exhausted two (2) attempts, and has not passed a required course in their major field of study will be dismissed from that major. The University may accept transfer credit for undergraduate General Education Core requirement courses.

Undergraduate students can repeat the same course only once for grade forgiveness. On a third attempt, the two (2) most recent grades will be used in computing the GPA.

Financial aid implications for repeated courses should be discussed with the Office of Financial Aid

 

First approved: Prior to July 5, 2011

Revised: February 20, 2012

              January 6, 2015 

All grades earned by the student are a part of his/her official academic record and will appear on his/her transcript