Dec 08, 2022  
2007 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
    
2007 Summer Sessions Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Grading System


 

Undergraduate Grades

A Honors level
B Superior
C Satisfactory
D Passing (not accepted for major credit unless approved by department)
P Passing, not counted in determining cumulative grade point average.
Pr Progress.
F Failure
INC Incomplete (must be completed by the third week of the following semester)
NR Student’s grade not submitted by instructor.
W Withdrawn (required official notification to the Office of Academic Records and instructor’s approval)
UW Unofficial Withdrawal. The student has not officially withdrawn. Faculty must indicate the last date of attendance.
P/D+/D/F See guidelines under Pass/D+/D/Fail option below
 
Alphabetical grades are further divided into plus (+) and minus (-) levels. (For further explanation, see the 2006-2007 Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Bulletins.)
 

Graduate Grades

A Exceptional
B Superior
C Satisfactory
D No graduate degree credit
F Failure
P/F See guidelines, see Graduate Studies Bulletin
INC Incomplete
W Withdrawn
UW Unofficial Withdrawal. The student has not officially withdrawn. Faculty must indicate the last date of attendance.
CR Credit, see Graduate Studies Bulletin.
Pr Progress, see Graduate Studies Bulletin.
 
Alphabetical grades are further divided into plus (+) and minus (-) levels. (For further explanation, see the Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Bulletins.)

Pass/D+/D/Fail Option

Deadline for electing this option is June 4 for Summer Session I; July 12 for Summer Session II; and August 10 for Summer Session III.

At the undergraduate level, the Pass/D+/D/Fail option is available up to 30 credits, but not in a student’s major area unless a course is given only on this basis. In HCLAS this option is limited to 15 credits. The Pass/D+/D/Fail option is not available for distribution courses, except for courses given only on that basis.

On the graduate level, the Pass/Fail option may be exercised in certain courses designated by the individual department. The total number of graduate credits under this option, applicable to the degree sought, must not exceed three semester hours for the master’s degree and six semester hours for the doctoral degree. This limit is exclusive of mandatory Pass/Fail courses. P is equivalent to B or above.