The current course repeat policy allows a student to repeat any course they have received a grade of N, NC, 0.0, 1.0, or 1.5 up to a maximum repeat credit limit of 20 credits.
Starting summer 2022, a new course repeat policy will take effect that will apply to all prior semesters’ courses. This will allow undergraduate students to repeat any class up to twice (for a total of three attempts), regardless of the grade they earned in their previous attempt, and with a 20-credit limit on repeat credits.
Students may opt to repeat a course for a variety of reasons. This may include improving their mastery of the course materials so they can be more successful in future classes; to meeting university, college, or major requirements; to improve their GPAs; or to increase their competitiveness for entry into secondary-admission programs or post-graduate opportunities. A student should always check with academic advisors and financial aid advisors for input on repeating a course in their specific situation.
Beginning summer 2022 any course can be repeated up to two times (for a total of three attempts) regardless of the previous grade earned. Students may take up to 20 credits of repeated credits.A student should always check with academic advisors and financial aid advisors for input on repeating a course in their specific situation.
To repeat a course, after checking with their advisors to ensure doing so is an appropriate choice, a student simply enrolls in the course.
When a course is repeated, the most recent grade is always the grade that is counted, regardless of whether it is higher or lower than the previous grade.
When a course is repeated, all takings of the course will be reported on the transcript although only the most recent grade will be calculated into the GPA.
In all instances of repeating a course, the most recent grade earned will be calculated into the GPA and count toward degree requirements. Beginning in summer 2022, a student that has received a non-passing grade in a course will need to contact their College’s Director of Advising/Assistant Dean to determine their next steps.