Repeating Courses

Repeating Courses

• An undergraduate course in which a student earned a grade of C or higher cannot be repeated for a letter grade. It can only be audited.
If the student earned a C-, D+, D, F, CR, or NC in a course, the student can repeat the course for a letter grade, but cannot place it on credit/no credit.
• The following rules apply to each of the first three different courses repeated for the first time:
a.) If the first grade was a C-, D, D+, or F, then the higher of the two grades earned in the repeated course will be calculated in the grade point average, and credits will be earned only once.
b.) If the course was placed on credit/no credit when taken the first time, then the letter grade earned from the repeat will be calculated in the grade point average, and credits will be earned only once.
• All grades earned in subsequent course repeats, whether they pertain to courses repeated once already or courses repeated for the first time, will be calculated in the grade point average. However, no course may be counted more than once toward the credits needed for a degree.
• The transcript will show all grades earned, both those calculated in the grade point average and those not calculated.

The form to fill out for an undergraduate course is located here.
The form to fill out for a graduate course is located here.

See the Academic Calendar for specific dates.