In the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), the following grades are used:
B+ Intermediate grade.
C Satisfactory. Less than the GSAPP requirement; credits not counted toward degree requirements.*
S/U Satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Used for official audits, internship (clinical program), or dissertation credits.
Pass or no credit. Used for E credit courses (supervision, practicum
placements, fieldwork) and internship (school program).
Withdrawn without evaluation. Used when a student officially drops
a course or withdraws after the second week of classes.
Incomplete. The requirements for all courses and their time parameters
are clearly delineated in each course. Unless a student has given the
instructor an Incomplete Request Form and it has been accepted by the
instructor, the student receives a grade of F if the requirements have
not been completed. All work is to be completed no later than May 1 for
the fall semester or December 1 for the spring semester or for courses taken
during Summer Session.
*While "satisfactory" is the official
university definition, the GSAPP Faculty Council voted on May 2, 1988,
that a course that is graded C may not be counted toward meeting the
required number of credits for graduation.