Students may repeat a credit course for which they have received a D, F, I, IF, W, Y, YD, or YF grade. A student may register for a course 3 times without permission. Thereafter, the student must meet with an advisor or a counselor to discuss an educational plan and get the advisor or counselor’s signature on the Repeat Approval form to repeat the class again. If there is a need to repeat the course in subsequent semesters, the student will need to get the advisor’s or counselor’s signature on the enrollment form each semester for continued monitoring.
Students may repeat courses for audit with no regard to the initial grade earned or the number of years that have elapsed. Students must exercise the audit option at the time of registration or within the first three weeks (or equivalent) of the semester.
Students may not repeat a course for which they have received a grade of C or higher unless the student/class meets the criteria set forth in this procedure.
Students who have received a grade of C or higher in a course may repeat for credit under the following conditions:
1. The course is a sequential course and is a prerequisite for a subsequent course, and three or more years have elapsed since the course was taken, and
2. The student wishing to repeat the course is in an allied health program. The course is a required science course or a prerequisite for a science course, and three or more years have elapsed since the course was taken.
Students should be advised that certain financial aid awards may not cover repeats.