With the approval of the academic department offering the course, an undergraduate may repeat a course once. Both the original grade and the second grade are computed in the GPA but credit is allowed only once. Veterans receiving benefits must receive approval from the Office of Special Services before a course is repeated.
Courses considered to have been taken once include any with a numerical grade or those with grades of I, CR/NC, or S/NS. Withdrawn or dropped courses and courses with X or no grade reported will not count as the first taking of a course. If you are currently enrolled in a course, registration for the same course in the following quarter will be counted as a repeat registration.
Effective winter quarter 2005, departments may restrict undergraduates from repeat registration into courses. Restrictions may include:
- only allowing registration after Period I
- only allowing registration after the quarter has begun, or
- requiring an Entry Code for a repeat registration
A second repeat (taking a class for a third—or greater—time) cannot be done using MyUW. A second repeat requires the department to register you into the course. Grades in the third or subsequent takings will not be included in the grade-point average (GPA).