All about grade replacement
Unlike a grade change, which occurs only if an error has been made, a student can opt to replace their original grade by retaking a course. It’s the student’s responsibility to notify their school recorder that they’ve taken the course a second time and wish to replace their first grade—replacement doesn’t happen automatically.
IUPUI’s grade replacement policy allows approved undergraduate students seeking their first baccalaureate degree to repeat a maximum of 15 credit hours subject to school/division approval. If a student chooses to repeat a course and achieves the same or higher grade, only that grade will be counted in the cumulative GPA. Certain restrictions apply, and the grade replacement policy may not be honored by some IUPUI schools when considering admission to the school or in computing graduation honors.
Grade replacement is not available for graduate students or students seeking any second undergraduate baccalaureate degree.