Students may repeat a course for which they have earned credit when such a repeat is necessary to satisfy a distribution requirement or improving a previously-earned grade. If deemed necessary to repeat, students may only do so twice (this is defined as the original enrollment, plus two repeats).
Some programs of study may have more restrictive requirements or restrictions regarding repetition of classes. See program advisor for specific information.
Repeat - The symbol "R" after a grade indicates the student has repeated the class. The College's grade policy applies to enrollment in credit-bearing or Adult Basic Education (ABE/ESL) courses, including transferred-in courses. It does not apply to non-credit continuing education courses or courses taken by audit. The highest grade earned of the original or repeated courses will be used to calculate the student’s cumulative grade point average.