Grades from a grading scale shall be averaged on the basis of the point equivalencies to determine a student’s grade point average. The highest grade shall receive four points, and the lowest grade shall receive zero points, using only the following evaluative symbols:
Symbol Definition Grade Point:
A = Excellent, 4 points.
B = Good, 3 points.
C = Satisfactory, 2 points.
D = Passing, less than satisfactory, 1 point.
F = Failing, 0 points.
P = Pass (satisfactory: C or better; units not counted in GPA)
IF = Incomplete grade that will default to an F grade if missing course work is not completed
NP = N o Pass (less than satisfactory or failing; units not counted in GPA)
RD = Delayed Grade, Final grade has not yet been posted.
W = Withdrawal
The GPA (grade point average) is determined by dividing the total number of grade points earned by the total number of units attempted.
You can find a complete list of symbols and more by visiting the Grades and Scholarships Webpage.
Unsatisfactory grades of D+, D, F and No Pass will not allow you to register fo the next higher level course in a sequence and may not be transferable to a four-year institution. Vist the Prerequisites webpage for more information.