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Grading System

Once a student is enrolled in a course, he/she will receive one of the following grades:

A signifies that the student's work in the course has been excellent.

B signifies that the student's work in the course has been good.

C signifies that the student's work in the course has been satisfactory.

D signifies that the student's work in the course has been inadequate, but passing.

F signifies that the student's work in the course has been failing. No credit hours are awarded for work undertaken and completed with this grade. Any student receiving a grade of "F" in any course required for graduation must repeat and successfully complete the course with a passing grade of "C" or above within two (2) semesters from that semester in which the failing grade was received. All grades are counted in the student's cumulative grade point average.

W signifies that the student has withdrawn from the course in accordance with the Withdrawal Policy, stated above.

I signifies a temporary grade granted to a student under the Grade of Incomplete (I) and Make-up examinations Policy, stated above.

The grade of A may be supplemented by a MINUS. The grades of B and C may be supplemented by the designation of a PLUS or a MINUS. The grade of D may be supplemented by a PLUS. Some elective courses are offered only on a Pass/Fail basis. This fact is noted in the general course descriptions.


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