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The University of Massachusetts is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution
THE UNIVERSITY’S REPEAT COURSE POLICY
is an annual publication of the Office of the Provost.
All undergraduate students are responsible for complying with the rules,
regulations, policies, and procedures
contained in this publication as well
as those in other official University publications and announcements which
may be issued from time to time.
Students are also expected to familiarize themselves with other general
information documents including, but
not limited to, the Guide to
The University reserves the right to change policies and regulation whenever
such action is deemed appropriate or necessary.
This publication is compiled by the Office of the Registrar, and distributed
y the Dean of Students Office. It is issued annually at or near the
beginning of the fall semester.
Questions, comments, and suggestions should be forwarded to The Registrar,
213 Whitmore, not later than April 1 each year.
will also be
published on the Registrar’s website at
E. Repeated Courses.
Students may repeat courses, taken before Fall 2004, in which they have
earned grades of CD, D or F. Students may repeat courses, taken in Fall 2004
and later, in which
they earn grades of C
, D+, D, or F. In the first five
courses repeated, the second grade earned will be automatically substituted
for the first (see number 1). A student who has repeated fewer than five
courses and wishes to repeat a course without grade
substitution must notify
the Registrar's Office of this intent within the Add/Drop period of the
semester in which the course is repeated. If the student withdraws from the
second enrollment, the second enrollment will not count as a course
. Grade Substitution: For the first five courses which a student repeats,
the second course grade earned will be substituted for the first grade
earned. The credits attempted and grade earned in the repeated enrollment
will be used for determination of cre
dit earned toward satisfaction of
graduation requirements and in the calculation of the grade point average.
The grade earned in the first enrollment will remain noted on the student's
transcript, as will the original notations regarding the student's acad
status, but will not affect the student's cumulative grade point average.
a. If a student originally passes a course with a grade of C
, CD, D+ or
D, and fails the course on a repeated enrollment, the student will lose the
credit previously earned tow
ard graduation requirements (including degree
credit, and satisfaction of General Education, college, or major
b. Grade substitution is automatic only with one repeat per course. Grade
substitution for a third or subsequent enrollment in a
permission of the undergraduate dean.
c. A student's undergraduate dean may approve the replacement of an
original course with a different course, as long as the new course fulfills
the same academic requirement as the first course and the
appropriate because the student has significantly changed his or her course
d. Grade substitution is available only for repeated enrollment on the
UMass Amherst campus. Repeating a UMass Amherst course at another of the Five
eges, at another campus of the University, or at any other institution
will not result in grade substitution.
e. The grade substitution option became effective in fall 1993, and cannot
be retroactively applied to courses repeated prior to that semester.
. Courses that are repeated without grade substitution: Credits attempted
and grades earned in both enrollments of a repeated course will be included
in the computation of the student's semester and cumulative grade point
averages. Degree credit will be aw
arded only once. This applies to any
repeated courses beyond five, any course repeated more than once without
approval, and any course intentionally repeated without grade substitution.
3. A course in which a student earns a grade of C or higher may not b
repeated for either credits or a grade. In unusual circumstances, students
enter after an extended period may, with the approval of an
undergraduate dean, repeat courses originally graded C or better and receive
a grade but no further graduation c
4. A course in which a student has an academic dishonesty sanction may not be
repeated for grade forgiveness.