Repeated Coursework

A course that a student is repeating, which has not been previously completed with a passing grade, may count towards enrollment status with regard to the awarding of Title IV funds as long as the student is maintaining Completion Rate, Grade Point Average, and Maximum Time Frame Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements as detailed in UNF Policy Number 2.0460P.   

 

In addition, a course that a student is repeating for the first time, after having previously completed with a passing grade once, may count towards enrollment status with regard to the awarding of Title IV funds as long as the student is maintaining Completion Rate, Grade Point Average, and Maximum Time Frame Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements as detailed in UNF Policy Number 2.0460P
 

In contrast, a course that a student is repeating that has already been passed once and already repeated after the first passing grade may not count towards enrollment status with regard to the awarding of Title IV funds.   

 

For example: 

 

 

Attempt Course

Title IV Aid Status of the Course

Resulting Grade

1st- Fall 2011     MAT1000    

    Eligible    

Fail

2nd-Spring 2012     MAT1000 

Eligible

 Fail

3rd-Summer 2012     MAT1000 

Eligible

 Pass

4th-Fall 2012 MAT1000 

Eligible

 Pass or Fail

5th-Spring 2013

MAT1000 

Not Eligible

N/A

 

Please also note that:

 

A course that a student is repeating, after having previously completed with a passing grade but that needs to be re-taken because the student failed other coursework, may not count towards enrollment status with regards to the awarding of Title IV funds.

 

A course that a student is repeating, after having previously completed with a passing grade and then subsequently repeating with an incomplete grade, may not count towards enrollment status with regards to the awarding of Title IV funds.

 

Repeated courses affect a student's grade point average, maximum time frame, and completion rate Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements.  Each time a course is taken it counts as an attempt and only the first time a passing grade is received is counted as a completion. 

 

All earned hours for fall and spring will be reported to the State of Florida Office of Student Financial Assistance for students who receive State of Florida financial aid programs.

 

Information about potential excess hour surcharges may be found at: http://www.unf.edu/onestop/registrar/Excess_Credit_Hour_Surcharge.aspx.