College of Agriculture Course Repeat Policy
Under University regulations, a student may attempt a non-repeatable course (a course that does not result in duplication of credit) up to three times. Students may request consideration of a fourth attempt by completing the College of Agriculture 4th Attempt process. Students are advised that fourth attempt approvals are not guaranteed.
Fourth Attempt Request Process:
- Meet with your academic advisor to discuss the appropriateness of and reasons for submitting a fourth attempt request. Extenuating circumstances affecting each attempt must be present for consideration of a fourth and final attempt of a course.
- Complete the Fourth Attempt Request form and submit it to your Academic Advisor. You will be asked to: 1) explain the conditions that prevented successful completion of the course for your first three attempts and, 2) present a plan that ensures you will be successful in your fourth attempt to complete the course.
- Your advisor will submit your request to the Office of Academic Programs for review. If approved by the College, a registration override will be entered.