Students may repeat only those classes in which they have received a grade of W, D, U or F (a non-passing grade) in compliance with F. S. Section 1009.285 and F. S. Section 1009.28. Students attempting the same developmental course or the same college credit course for the third time must pay 100% of the full cost of instruction for those courses. The full cost of instruction is equivalent to the cost of out-of-state tuition. The student’s reasons for pursuing the waiver of the full cost of instruction and request appeal must be fully explained and documented, in writing, and are limited to the following: involuntary call to military duty, death of student’s immediate family member, illness of student or member of student’s immediate family (spouse/partner, parent or child), disability, non-native speaker/ESL, change in conditions of employment or financial hardship.
How do I request a waiver to avoid the full cost of instruction of a third attempt?
Published November 4, 2019