Q. Course Repetition in a Nonrepeatable Course

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COURSE REPETITION IN A NON-REPEATABLE COURSE  (p. 34, 2020-21 Catalog)

1. Students who received a satisfactory grade (“A”, “B”, “C”, “CR”, or “P”) may not normally repeat the course. Exceptions exist for significant lapse of time, extenuating circumstances, and legally-mandated training requirements as a condition of continued paid or volunteer employment or changes in industry or licensing standards (see exceptions below for details). Such exceptions require a petition, available from the Admissions and Records Office.

2. Students who have received an incomplete grade (“I”) may not repeat the course. Required coursework must be completed within one year, or the “I” grade will default to an alternate grade indicated by the instructor (usually substandard).

3. Students who have received an In-Progress grade (“IP”) must repeat the course by enrolling in it in the next subsequent term (excluding summer). Coursework must be completed in that semester or the “IP” grade will default to an alternate grade indicated by the instructor (usually substandard). “IP” grades are issued for open-entry classes that extend passed the end of the term or team-sports that have seasons that overlap semesters

VETERANS

The college’s course repetition policy may be different from that of the Veterans Administration. Students receiving Veterans’ educational benefits should check with the School Certifying Official in the Veteran’s Resource Center before repeating any course.

 

  • Last Updated Jul 18, 2020
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  • Answered By Carolyn Oldham

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