Course Repeat Policy
A student may repeat a course once if the original grade is a C- or lower and provided it is repeated at the next offering, or provided that no more than one intervening course has been taken in the discipline offering the course. A course may be repeated only one time. When a course is repeated, both grades remain on the record but only the most recent grade is used in computing the grade point average unless the most recent grade is I, WIP, or W. While the grade for a repeated course erases the GPA calculation that may have been the basis for decisions about academic standing such as probation, dismissal, or Dean’s List, those decisions are not affected by the recalculation. Students cannot receive credit twice for any course repeated to replace a grade.