When Can I Retake A Failed Course
CLC Policy for Retaking a Failed Class
CLC allows you to lapse yourself from taking a class by letting your 180 days run out. After that time runs out, you may enroll into the course again. You may do that more than once.
If you fail a course, the specific policy is the following:
1. A student will be allowed to retake one failed class without any additional cost. After that, (1) a non-refundable $50.00 fee applies for the administrative process involved and (2) an update to a grade for a retaken course will be allowed only with permission from the registrar after a careful review of the student's academic record. The registrar's decision may be appealed once to the provost. Item 2 also applies.
2. A student who fails any class must wait at least six months after the date enrollment in that course ends to re-enroll in the course he or she wishes to retake. The date a student may re-enroll is shown with the failed course grade on the student's record. The student may re-enroll only once in the course he or she wishes to re-take.
3. A student must receive a grade of C- or higher on the re-take or the student will not receive an update to their failed course grade.
4. A student will continue to have an F in the record for the course until the failed class has been completed and the student has contacted the registrar to have his or her grade updated. This update may take 3-7 business days to be reflected on the student's record. To request an update to the grade in a retaken course, you must contact the registrar at the following email address: email@example.com