Institutional Grade Point Average and Repeated Courses
If a student repeats a course, only the grade of the most recent attempt of the course is used for the purpose of calculating the institutional grade point average. This is the case even if the grade in the most recent attempt is lower than in previous attempts. When the grade in the most recent attempt of a course is lower, this grade is used in addressing graduation requirements. For example, if a student earns a grade of C in a course and upon repeating it earns a grade of D, then the previous credit and the grade of C are not applicable toward meeting graduation requirements.