Whereas, There are many important and educationally sound reasons why course repeatability is critical to noncredit student success;
Whereas, Currently, noncredit has no course repeatability limits; and
Whereas, The Board of Governors has recently discussed making changes to Title 5 that would impose "appropriate" limitations on course repeatability for all noncredit students by June 30, 2009;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges oppose efforts to set limitations on noncredit course repeatability until input and current information is gathered from the noncredit field in all nine areas of instruction on the possible effects of repeatability limits on student needs, access, educational efficacy, and public benefit; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges make appropriate noncredit repeatability recommendations for students in all nine areas of noncredit instruction before the Academic Senate Spring 2009 Plenary Session. MSC Disposition: Local Senates
If this was ever an issue, it is not anymore. Noncredit is not subject to repeatability restrictions.