a student repeats a course, both grades are entered on the record. However,
although both grades appear on the transcript, the grade received in the
repeated course is always the one used in computing the QPA. Senior "F"
examination rules remain the same. The grade for a repeated course taken
on a pass/no credit basis or for which the student receives a grade of
"W" cannot be used in place of the original course grade in calculating
courses cannot be used
same course must be repeated
can repeat a course more than once, but only the last grade is used
in computing the QPA
may jeopardize their financial aid awards by repeating a course they
have already passed
If a student repeats a course that they previously passed and fails the
course, the failure takes precedence. Therefore, the student has not completed
the course requirements.
Changed by Curriculum Reform
a student wishes to repeat a 3 credit course:
the 3 credit hour course again if it exits.
the course has been changed to 4 credits, take the 4 credit course.
If this course alone causes credits to exceed 21, increase in tuition
will be waived by the ombudsperson of the student's school. The ombudsperson
will notify the Provost who in turn will notify the proper authorities.
the course no longer exists or has been substantially altered, the department
will recommend an appropriate substitution and notify the student's
advisor, the Associate Dean of the School in which the course is taught,
and the Registrar of the allowed substitution. The grade for the new
course shall replace the grade for the failed course.