Repeating a Course
Students should consult their academic advisor or a college counselor when a course must be repeated. Students are limited to two enrollments (attempts) in any credit course. Requests to enroll in the same course for a third time must be documented on the Third Enrollment in a Course form and approved by the academic dean prior to registration. Please note that withdrawing or being withdrawn from a course is considered an “attempt” for purposes of repeating a course.
When a course is repeated, only the last grade earned is counted in the computation of the cumulative GPA and for satisfying curricular requirements. Students who withdraw from a course for which they previously had a passing grade will retain that passing grade for graduation purposes.
When a student has exhausted the number of course attempts allowed, the student may not be able to complete a degree or certificate program if the course in question is a required course.