(Incomplete).May be assigned at the discretion of the instructor who believes
that an extension of time is warranted for a student whose work is incomplete
at the end of the semester. Incomplete work may be made up, and a change of
grade may be authorized by the instructor for up to two years after the IN
grade was assigned. After two years, an IN is automatically changed to No
(No Grade Given).Assigned only by the registrar when no grade is assigned on
the final grade roster by the faculty member. The NG will have no immediate
effect on a student's GPA; however, if the situation is not resolved within the
following semester, the NG will convert to an F, and the GPA will be
(Pass/No Credit).Any student in the Graduate School of Education may elect,
at the time of each registration, to be graded in any Graduate School of
Education course on a Pass/No Credit basis. The choice of grading system
typically is determined at the time of registration. The final designation of
choice must be made, in consultation with the instructor, no later than the
sixth week of the semester. Under this grading system, Pass is equivalent to an
A, B+, B, C+, or C; No Credit is equivalent to F.
Dissertation study/research in education is graded Pass/No Credit, and it is not necessary to
register with a P.
(Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory).Assigned when a course is taken on a noncredit
(Temporarily Not Graded).The TZ grade is assigned to students who never
attended classes for a course, stopped attending and did not officially
withdraw, or were not graded by instructors.
responsible for contacting the registrar to correct registration errors that
have resulted in TZ grades and, when necessary, for contacting instructors to
arrange final grades.
remaining on records convert automatically to failures, without notification to
students, for the fall semester and Winter Session on May 1 and for the spring semester and Summer Session on December 1.
(Withdrawal).Withdrawn without evaluation; used when a student officially
drops a course or withdraws during the first 12 weeks of the semester.