Undergraduate students may repeat a
course, but the following conditions apply:
- A student may repeat a course in
which they have earned a grade of A though E. All grades will appear on the
transcript, but only the last grade received will be utilized in computing cumulative
hours and GPA.
- A student may not repeat a course on
the CR/NC grading option.
- A student repeating a CMU course at
another institution must earn a higher grade than their original attempt
for the course to transfer. Honor points will not transfer, but the previous CMU
honors points will be removed in computing the average. Students should check with the Registrar's Office to determine if a course taken at another institution will count as a repeat of a course taken at CMU.
- A course taken after a student
graduates will not change the previously attempted grade or credit hours.
- A student is limited to 3 attempts of
a course. This includes repeats where they have earned a grade of A through E
or attempts where they were awarded grades of CR, NC, I, W, Z, or X.
- This limitation does not apply to independent study
and similar courses for which course content varies significantly with each
offering (these courses often have variable credit hours).
- For exceptions to this limitation policy, a student
may appeal to the chairperson of the department offering the course.