Final grades are submitted by the deadlines posted on the academic calendars.
Instructors for full-term 1000- and 2000-level baccalaureate courses must submit mid-term grades by the deadlines posted on the academic calendars.
All grades are submitted through the grade reporting system (currently Banner) for dissemination to both students and their advisors.
The grading system of the University includes the following grades with appropriate grade points assigned to them:
|A||4.000||Superior achievement of course requirements|
|B||3.000||Better than satisfactory achievement of course requirements|
|C||2.000||Satisfactory achievement of course requirements|
|D||1.000||Less than satisfactory achievement of course requirements but acceptable for credit|
|F||0.000||Failure to achieve course requirements|
In addition, grades with the following notations are also given:
|S||Satisfactory; credit given*|
|U||Unsatisfactory; no credit given*|
|W||Withdrawal after official deadline*|
|X||Grade has not been assigned at the end of the term|
|AU||Audit; credit does not apply to degree requirements*|
Does not affect grade point average
Grades are available online once submitted. Students are notified in writing when academic performance has resulted in probation, suspension or other academic action.
The University does not dictate the grading scale used for individual classes. Grading scales are determined by the faculty teaching the course.