Grading Instructions

Electronic Grade Change Instructions for Faculty

Electronic Grade Change Instructions for Chairs/Deans

Web Based Grading Instructions

Grading Calendar

June 27   First Summer Session         Grades Due in the Registrar
July 18    Middle Summer Session     Grades Due in the Registrar
Aug 9     Second and Entire Session  Grades Due in the Registrar
Dec 14   Spring and Summer              Incomplete Grades changed to F.
Dec 20  Fall                                         Grades Due in the Registrar's
May 15  Spring                                    Grades Due in the Registrar's

Faculty Web Grading Instructions

Undergraduate Grading Legend

Grades Significance
A Superior
B+ Excellent
B Very Good
C+ Good
C Acceptable
D Minimum 
F Inadequate
AUD Audit
INC Grade deferred--given in rare instances to students who would normally have completed the course work but who could not do so because of special circumstances. If this grade is not removed during the next regular semester, a grade of F will result.
W Withdrawn
S Satisfactory
U Unsatisfactory

In all departments in the College of Science and Liberal Arts, a grade of C or higher is required in any lower division course (200 level and below) that serves a a prerequisite for another course.

Graduate Grading Legend

Grades GPA Significance
A 4.0 Excellent
B+ 3.5 Good
B 3.0 Acceptable
C+ 2.5 Marginal Performance
C 2.0 Minimum Performance
F 0.0 Failure
I Incomplete
W Approved Withdrawal
AUD Audited (no academic credit)
S or U Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory
P Pass - Final Grade for Completed Master's Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation

Unlike undergraduate courses, there is no D grade for graduate courses. Assigned grades must be consistent with the level of the course and not the matriculation level of the student in the course.