Each course director sets the remediation policy for his or her course. The course remediation policy, as determined by the course director, is stated in the course syllabus.
A failure in a course that qualifies for remediation is listed as “IN” on the transcript until remediation is complete. Once the student has successfully remediated the course, the course grade is changed to a “C.” Students who do not successfully pass the remediation will fail the course (grade will be changed from an IN to a F) and will be referred to the Scholastic Achievement and Progressions Committee. Students must complete remediation and have the course grade changed from an IN to a passing grade to progress on to the next academic year.
Students who fail a course and do not qualify for remediation must retake the course at the next offering.
Reasonable efforts will be made to ensure a remediation course is available. However, due to potential extenuating circumstances influencing course delivery, remediation offerings cannot be guaranteed. In this case, the student would re-take the course at the next available course offering.
Students are allowed to remediate a total of two didactic courses within the curriculum. If a passing grade is not earned in a course after the two-course limit, a grade of F will be assigned and the course will have to be repeated/retaken in the next offering (i.e., students are not eligible for remediation after two remediations).