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Repeat of Courses

No student may repeat a course for credit in which the student has previously earned a grade of A, B, or C without written permission from the student’s academic dean. Courses specifically designated as repeatable in the Auburn University Bulletin are exempt from this regulation. Students may repeat courses, only once, in which they earn a grade of D or F without written permission from the student’s academic dean. Grades and hours for both attempts will be included in the calculation of the GPA unless the Grade Adjustment Policy has been invoked for the first attempt.  If the grade adjustment policy is not invoked in the case of the repeat of a D grade, then the course credit hours may count only once toward graduation unless the course is designated as repeatable.