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What happens if a student fails a course?

Students failing a required course can repeat the course in order to complete their program. All grades for repeated courses appear on the transcript, but only the highest grade earned is counted in the CGPA. The University, however, may deny a student’s request to retake a failed course. That being said, each student will be connected with a personal Program Advisor at the commencement of their studies, who will remain with them until graduation. The student’s personal Program Advisor acts as a support system throughout their studies, and our dedicated Course Instructors are also always available to answer questions when needed. This means you have every means of support possible to help you on your way to success! Please refer to the University Catalog for more information.