Course Repeats and Financial Aid
If you are using financial aid to pay for school, and you do not pass a course, there are certain situations in which Financial Aid will pay for you to attempt the course again.
According to CSU-Global policy, the following grades are considered non-passing:
"D" or "F" in a Major or Specialization Course
"F" in General Education or Elective Course
- "D" or "F" in a Major or Specialization Course
- Graduate students are only allowed to receive two (2) "C's" in their program so a third "C" would also be considered non-passing
- You may receive financial aid when repeating a course that was failed ("F") or in which a withdrawal occurred (W), regardless of the number of times the course was failed (the SAP and Course Repeat policies still apply)
- You may receive financial aid when repeating a course in which you earned a grade of "D" or "C" but financial aid will only cover one (1) additional attempt
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Students should contact their student Advisor for more information on repeating courses and financial aid eligibility.