Repeated Courses and Transcription of Grades
Any course at Wabash may be repeated at any time (with the exception of the Freshman Tutorial) with the understanding that:
The course must be repeated at Wabash.
The course credits toward graduation are to be counted only once.
When a student withdraws from the College, all currently registered courses will receive a mark of WD. This will remain permanently on the student's record.
The grade and credit of a repeated course will be counted in the grade point average of the semester in which it is repeated.
The previous grade, unless it is a WD, will be replaced by the word “Repeated” when the Registrar records the second final course grade. All WD grades will remain permanently on the student's record.
If a course is being repeated and is dropped with a W, the grade originally earned is restored to the academic record. If, however, the original grade of the repeated course was W then both the original and any subsequent W will be recorded on the academic record.
It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Registrar's Office in writing of registration in a repeated course. Repeated notification forms are available from the academic advisor or from the Registrar's Office.
Course work taken after graduating (such as student teaching in Teacher Education) will appear as a separate entry in the transcript. This course work will in no way be reflected in the student's undergraduate record.