The Muskegon Community College Course Repeat Rule was developed to provide fair access to classes. It allows the student to repeat the course once. Instructor permission is required to take a course more than twice.
To repeat a course, a student must reregister and pay all necessary fees. Each grade received will appear on a student’s record, but only the last grade awarded is used in computing a GPA. Keep in mind that if you retake a class and receive a lower grade, the last grade is still the one that counts. When transferring to another college or university, you may be held accountable for all attempts and grades associated with a course taken at Muskegon Community College.