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Standard Grading Options
- High Pass (HP): Passing with Excellence
- Pass (P): Passing with Quality
- Low Pass (LP): Passing
- No Credit (NC): Work did not meet the criteria for credit.
Other Grading Options
- Incomplete (I): A temporary Incomplete grade may be given to a student who has maintained satisfactory attendance and completed passing work throughout most of a course, but as a result of extenuating circumstances is unable to complete the course requirements by the end of the semester. Incomplete grades are not assigned for Summer, Interim, Practicum, or Winter Session courses.
- Incomplete grades are assigned through submission of an Incomplete Contract to the Registrar’s Office. The Incomplete Contract is an explicit agreement between student and faculty of the work remaining to be completed, and the date by which the work must be submitted for final review. The contract must also be approved by the school or program responsible for the course.
- Incomplete grades assigned for fall semester courses must be resolved no later than the end of the following spring semester. Incomplete grades assigned for spring courses must be resolved no later than the end of the following fall semester. Earlier deadlines for completion may be set at the discretion of the faculty and must be specified on the Incomplete Contract. Incomplete grades not replaced by final LP, P, or HP grades by the stated deadline will revert to NC (No Credit) grades on the transcript.
- No Grade Recorded (NG): Placeholder grade entered by the Registrar’s Office at the close of the grading period which indicates that no grade has yet been assigned by the faculty of record. “NG” grades not changed to a final evaluation by the end of the following semester will convert to “NC” on the transcript.
- Withdrawn (W): Grade assigned by the Registrar to indicate withdrawal from a course after the end of the add/drop period. Students may withdraw from a course without academic penalty through the 10th week of the semester. The course remains on the student’s record with a “W” grade. “W” grades have no impact on semester or cumulative grading calculations, and do not count toward a student’s residency or full-time status.