If you repeat a course, the grade received on the last repeat will replace all other grades for that course in the CGPA calculation. Previous grades earned for the repeated course will be marked on the transcript as indicated in the transcript legend. When you repeat a course, you will be charged the current tuition for the course and must assume responsibility for all associated fees. Traditional courses and associated module courses will be counted in combination in determining the number of times you have repeated a course.
A failing grade is defined as any grade below the grade required for graduation in your program of study.
If you request entry into a program that requires a course you have failed the maximum number of times, you must first successfully complete the failed course at another institution. It is your responsibility to ensure that both the institution and the course(s) taken there meet the University's criteria for transferability.
If you choose to retake a previously passed course, you may only receive financial aid for one additional retake of that course.
If you fail the same course or its equivalent three times within an undergraduate program (excluding prelicensure nursing programs), you will be academically dismissed from the University.
Prelicensure Nursing Programs
If you fail or withdraw from a course or its equivalent on the second attempt, you will be academically dismissed from the University.
If you are enrolled in an associate’s degree program, you will be dismissed from the program upon your failure or withdrawal from 10 or more credit hours in the major requirements listed in the degree plan.
If you fail the same course or its equivalent twice, you will be academically dismissed from the University.