Although all course attempts will remain on the AUCA transcript, only 240 non-repeated credits will count towards graduation. Examples of repeatable courses include Arts/Sports.
If a student receives an “F” for a required course, the student should retake the course immediately upon its availability. If the same course is not offered prior to a student’s expected graduation date, s/he may be allowed to repeat the course on an individual basis in the last semester of study, based on the fee rates established for that academic year. Enrollment in an individual course requires approval of the Program Coordinator and the availability and consent of the Professor. If the individual course option is not available for any reason, the student must retake the course on a regular basis when it is offered.
After dismissal from the University, a student has the right to repeat a course as a part-time student after one semester. If the student fails to pass the course a second time, s/he will not be permitted to renew his/her full-time status.