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  School of Nursing 2021-2023 Academic Policies and Procedures Grades and Records  

Grades and Records

Grade Symbols

Grades represent the quality of the student's performance, measured against standards of knowledge, skill, and understanding, as evaluated by the faculty member. Grades are reported to the university registrar at the end of each semester by the following symbols:

Grade
Definition
Numerical Equivalent
A
Outstanding
4.0
B+

3.5
B
Good
3.0
C+

2.5
C
Satisfactory
2.0
D
Poor
1.0
F
Failing
0.0


Grade Conversions

The School of Nursing employs the grading system that is currently in force within the university. The faculty has approved the use of the following grade conversions:

A
89.5-100
B+
84.5-89.49
B
79.5-84.49
C+
74.5-79.49
C
69.5-74.49
D
59.5-69.49
F
0-59.49


Note:
Undergraduate nursing students are required toreceive a grade of C+ or better inall nursing courses.

Graduate nursing students are required to receive agrade of B or better in all nursing courses. Graduate students should refer to the Division of Advanced Nursing Practice Handbook for detailed grade descriptions and requirements.


 
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