Grading System

Grading System

The grade of "A" designates work of superior quality, "B"-work of good quality, "C"-work of satisfactory quality, "D"-work of less than satisfactory quality, but allowable for credit, and "F" designates work of failing quality.

The grade of "PT" designates credit by examination.

The grade of "PS" is issued to students who, at the end of the semester, have satisfactorily completed all course requirements for Mathematics (ENGL101A, MATH 097 and MATH 098).

The grade of "CS" is issued to students who, at the end of the semester, have not satisfactorily completed all course requirements for English (ENGL 101 ENGL101A, and ENGL 102), or Mathematics (MATH 097 and MATH 098). Students who receive a "CS" must register again for the course in the next regular semester.

The “AU” grade is issued to students who have registered to audit a course(s). The "AU" grade has no grade value and is not computed in the grade point average.

The grade “AW” is issued to students who violate the University’s Class Attendance Policy prior to the official withdrawal period. The “AW” grade is not computed in the grade point average.

The grade of “FX” is issued to students who violate the University’s Class Attendance Policy after the official withdrawal period. The “FX” grade is computed in the grade point average.