Repeating a class to change your grade

When repeating a class for change of grade, aid can be received under two circumstances:

  1. A failing grade may be repeated twice for a total of three attempts and still be eligible for federal aid.
  2. If a passing grade is received in a course, a student can receive aid for one additional attempt to improve the grade, provided they had not previously failed the course.

Additional attempts beyond these circumstances would be considered illegal repeats. At the end of the term, if it is determined an illegal repeat has occurred, aid received in that term due to the illegal repeat would be canceled and returned to the federal aid program(s). This would result in a balance due for tuition charges and/or refund overpayment.