General Academic Standard: Grades and Quality PointsQuality Points For Each Grade Standard Semester Hour A Achievement of outstanding quality 4.00 A- Achievement of slightly less than 3.67 outstanding quality B+ Achievement of slightly more than 3.33 high quality B Achievement of high quality 3.00 B- Achievement of slightly less than 2.67 high quality C+ Work of slightly more than acceptable 2.33 quality C Work of acceptable quality 2.00 C- Work of slightly less than acceptable 1.67 quality D+ Work slightly below the quality 1.33 expected D Below the quality expected 1.00 D- Barely above failing 0.67 PS Pass (selected courses only); * equivalent of A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+ or C S Satisfactory (credit earned; * graduate and professional courses only) F Failure 0.00 I Incomplete * PR Progress * W Withdrawal * IW Instructor Withdrawal * U Unsatisfactory (no credit; hours 0.00 calculated into grade point average; graduate and professional courses only) NC No Credit (selected courses only) * equivalent of C-, D+,D, D- or F * No effect on grade point average
Grade Point Average (GPA)
A student's cumulative grade point average is computed by dividing the total number of quality hours into the total number of quality points earned including F grades for all repeated courses that have not been approved for deletion on the basis of petition by the student. To obtain a degree or certificate in an undergraduate program, the student must have the proper number of credit hours in the courses required for the degree and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0. Grade point average requirements may be higher in certain colleges and in certain majors; this information is available in the individual college listings.