Financial Aid Repeat Policy (Federal Aid Regulation)
OTHER FINANCIAL AID POLICIES
Federal regulations require federal aid may only be awarded to an undergraduate student once for a previously passed course (i.e., one repetition per class). The University Repeat Policy does not apply to the student when determining if the repeat coursework is eligible for federal student aid.
Repeat Policy Conditions
- If a student repeats a course that is not eligible for federal aid, a recalculation of aid is completed to exclude the credits for the repeated course
- The federal policy applies whether or not the student received aid for earlier enrollments in the course
- All repeated courses are counted as attempted units
What is a Passing Grade?
For federal student aid, any grade higher than an “F” will be considered to have passed the course. NOTE: This is regardless of any university or major program policy requiring a higher grade or measure for academic purposes.
- Passing grades are: “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, "W" and all associated with "+" or "-" as well as a grade of “CR” (Credit)
- Not passing grades are: “NC” (No Credit), “I”, “WU”, “F”
Is the Enrolled Attempt
What do I do if I am repeating a course?
- You must make the necessary coursework changes to avoid repayment of federal aid
- A financial aid hold may be placed on your account preventing disbursement of all aid and you will be required to meet with a Financial Aid Counselor
- We will verify after Census, federal aid eligibility based on your current enrollment
- You will be notified regarding repayment of aid, if any, owed due to repeated coursework
Additional Course Repeat information