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What is the Forgiveness Policy?

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The Forgiveness Policy is a method by which students may repeat a limited number of courses to improve their grade point average (GPA).

Only the grade received on the last repeat is used in the GPA calculation. Under the University's Forgiveness Policy, students must file a Course Repeat (Forgiveness) form with the Office of the Registrar. The form is located on the Registrar's Office website.

Undergraduate students may use the Forgiveness Policy a maximum of three times for the purpose of improving their GPA.

The same course may be repeated up to three times or the student may use the three opportunities to apply to three different courses. Only the final grade for the three courses repeated under the Forgiveness Policy will be counted in computing the student's GPA.

Please visit the University of Compliance website for further information regarding the Forgiveness Policy procedures.

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