FAQs - Undergraduate Course Repeat and Academic Forgiveness Policy
3. Will the changes to the undergraduate course repeat policy in 2017 impact grades that have already been excluded from my GPA due to a repeat.
4. How will students identify which class/grade that they want excluded from the calculation of their GPA under the course repeat policy?
5. If a student has received a W notation as the result of dropping a class prior to Fall 2017, will he or she be able to take that class at another institution and transfer it to Baylor University?
6. The policy indicates that a student will only have a maximum of three attempts at any one course. What counts as an attempt?
7. What if a student has already attempted a course three times prior to Fall 2017? Are those previous attempts grandfathered?
8. If a student has already had three or more class grades excluded from his or her gpa under the former repeat policy, will he or she be eligible to have additional repeated grades excluded from his or her GPA under the new Academic Forgiveness Policy, whic
9. If a student takes the same class three times and the resulting grades in order are F, D, and A, which grade or grades may be excluded under the Academic Forgiveness policy?
10. If a student takes the same class three times and the resulting grades/notations in order are W, D, and A, which grade or grades may be excluded under the Academic Forgiveness policy?
11. Is there an opportunity for Academic Forgiveness to be applied to a grade received prior to Fall 2017?
12. May I request Academic Forgiveness for a course that was previously taken and has since changed numbers or been discontinued?