For information on grading, grade removal, or changing a grade, please refer to the following policies and forms. Clicking on any link in the list below takes users to a brief description of the policy/form and a link where it can be downloaded and printed.
Process that guides the university's response to allegations that a faculty member acted arbitrarily and capriciously in assigning course grades.
This policy states the minimum GPA requirements Bachelor and Master's degrees in each college.
Explains the minimum course grades that will be accepted when a student is attempting to transfer credits to the university.
The guidelines pertaining to pass/fail, credit/fail, and credit/ no credit grading.
A Grade Report Request may be made for tuition reimbursement purposes.
This form allows an instructor to change the grade of student.
Extending the deadline for an I/N/Q grade is accomplished via a Petition for Exception to Policy form. For a full list of what cannot be petitioned, please look at our Non-Petitionable Academic Issues Policy, which will be changing Summer 2013.
A late grade change is accomplished via a Petition for Exception to Policy form. For a full list of what cannot be petitioned, please look at our Non-Petitionable Academic Issues Policy, which will be changing Summer 2013.
The Incomplete (I) grade is a temporary grade indicating that work in the course was acceptable, although a critical portion of it was not completed because of illness or other serious circumstances beyond the student's control.
Explains the limitations and deadlines for N and Q grades.
For a course to be considered a repeated course it must have the same title and content of the original course, a maximum of three attempts are allowed.