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Repetition of Courses and Grade Changes

Grade Changes
All grades are final. Students are not allowed to complete additional work after the final grade has been assigned or to repeat examinations in order to improve a grade. Students may request a review of their records if the possibility of a clerical or computational error exists. (Please see the section on Grade Appeals in the Catalog.)

Repetition of Courses:

Undergraduate
Students are not obligated to repeat a failed course unless it is a course required for graduation. Students may repeat, at the prevailing cost per quarter unit, any course in which an "F," "D," or "C-" grade was received. The original grade remains part of the student's permanent record, but is not considered in computing the grade point average. In order to properly document the repeated course, students must notify the Office of the Registrar that the course has been repeated.

No course can be repeated more than twice.

No course may be repeated in which a grade of "C" or higher has been earned.

Graduate
Students are not obligated to repeat a failed course unless it is a course required for graduation. Students may repeat, at the prevailing cost per quarter unit, any course in which an "F," "D," "C", or "B-" grade was received. The original grade earned remains part of the student's permanent record, but is not considered in computing the grade point average. In order to properly document the repeated course, students must notify the Office of the Registrar that the course has been repeated.

No course can be repeated more than twice.

A course in which a grade of "B" or higher has been earned may not be repeated.