How to repeat a class you've already taken
Undergraduate students may attempt to improve their GPA by repeating a course in which they have earned a grade of C-, D+, D, D-, F, WU or IC. Students cannot repeat a course in which a grade of "C" or higher has been assigned. Students wishing to repeat a course they have successfully passed must submit a Course Repeat Petition.
Undergraduate students may only repeat a course one time. Students wishing to repeat a course more than once must submit a Course Repeat Petition.
Undergraduate students are limited to repeating 28 semester units during their career at CSUMB. 16 of these units may be assigned grade forgiveness, while the remaining 12 units will be averaged into the GPA. Students who will exceed their repeat limits must submit a Petition for Exception to University Policy and may also need to submit a Course Repeat Petition.
Graduate and credential-seeking students
Graduate and credential-seeking students may only repeat for GPA adjustment a course in which a grade of B- or lower was assigned. When a course is repeated all grades count toward the GPA and grade forgiveness will not be granted.
See the Matriculation policies for more details about repeating courses.