Students may repeat courses at Azusa Pacific University. All grades will remain on record, but only the most recent attempt, regardless of the grade, will be calculated into the student’s grade-point average, whether the course is taken at APU or elsewhere. The units, however, will be counted for credit only once, which may impact financial aid, athletic eligibility, and graduation requirements.
If a repeated course is taken at another institution, the grade and the units of the repeated course will be transferred (providing the course meets the guidelines for transfer). Students may not take an APU course more than three times unless specified in the course description. Students must follow all department major policies regarding repetition of courses, as some majors do not allow a major-specific course to be repeated more than once.