A grade of Pass (P) indicates the student has completed a class with a minimum grade of C. A grade of No Credit (NC) means the student did not successfully complete the class and therefore earns no credit. Neither grade is included in the grade point average, but both are considered when determining percent completion when assessing Satisfactory Academic Progress.
Students may select the Pass/No Credit grade method any time from the beginning of registration through the end of the withdrawal period by utilizing eServices or seeking assistance from the Records Office.
Students enrolled in any course numbered below 1000 may elect to choose a Pass/No Credit grading method instead of the traditional A-F option. The course description will indicate whether a course's default grading method is pass/no credit. Proficiency classes are graded Pass/No Credit only.
All other courses must be graded A-F.