04/07/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 04/07/2020 15:46
Published April 7, 2020
An email update was sent to students, faculty, and staff regarding pass/fail grading options. See full email below.
Dear students, faculty, and staff,
The following information is designed to answer your questions about the pass/fail grading process.A. Requesting a pass/fail grade is available to those students in a full-semester or second eight-week class in which a letter grade is typically assigned.B. For students who request the pass/fail option, the letter grade assigned by the instructor will change to a 'P' (Pass) for students who make a grade of:
(In both cases the pass grade counts toward earned credit but does not affect the student's GPA.)C. The process to change a letter grade to a pass/fail grade is as follows:
D. In order to understand the potential adverse impacts and unintended negative consequences of selecting the pass/fail option, students should consult with their advisors to discuss one or more of the following.
If you have any questions about the pass/fail option, please contact your advisor.
Best wishes as you continue your academic journey.
Michael Camille, Ph.D.
Vice President for Information Services and Student Success
University of Louisiana Monroe