C.3.10 Grading System
Approved/revised: March 29, 2006
Letter Grade Grade Point Average Range Percentage
A+ 4.33 90-100
A 4.00 85-89.9
A- 3.67 80-84.9
B+ 3.33 76-79.9
B 3.00 72-75.9
B- 2.67 68-71.9
C+ 2.33 64-67.9
C 2.00 60-63.9
C- 1.67 55-59.9
D 1.00 50-54.9
F 0 0-49.9
All courses are letter graded unless otherwise indicated.
The student has registered as an audit or completed change forms to audit status. Audit status is not defined as a credit, nor does it carry a grade point average. The student is not required to submit class assignments, term papers or write exams.
A Deferred (DEF) grade will be assigned when extenuating circumstances have resulted in a student being unable to complete the requirements of the course by its end date. This grade will be assigned at the discretion of the instructor and in consultation with the student. Course requirements must be completed and a grade change submitted within 9 weeks of the end of the course (as agreed in writing between the student and the instructor) or the "DEF" grade will convert to an "F" grade.
COURSE IN PROGRESS (CIP)
When a course has not been finalized by the end of the semester deadlines, the CIP status is granted. This status is temporary and will be automatically updated at the completion of the course.
TRANSFER CREDIT (T)
A student can be granted credit for course work completed at another institution based on the provincial transfer guide or established transfer credit agreements.
A student can officially withdraw within the time frame specified in the calendar. Withdrawal from an entire program is acceptable until the last day of regular classes.
The S grade is used when a percentage grade is not appropriate and indicates the student has attended the course and met the course requirements. The S grade is not reflected in the grade point average.
The U grade is used when the letter grade scale does not apply. (Effective September 2002)