Courses that have been previously passed with a D or higher are not typically covered by state financial aid unless one of the following circumstances applies:
- The student is repeating a course that requires a minimum grade to continue in program, or
- The repeat course has a shelf life that has expired.
Students repeating a course only to better their cumulative grade point average or to affect their enrollment status should understand that this repeated course will not be considered when determining financial aid enrollment status or eligibility.
Repeat credit courses that have been previously passed (D or higher) may be included in student’s enrollment status one time for federal aid eligibility. Repeat of passed remedial courses will not count in a student’s enrollment status.