Grading System and Grade Points
Grade point averages are a means of measuring the quality of a student’s academic work. Grade point averages are computed on a 4.0 basis. See chart for letter grade point values.
Students must earn a semester grade of C or higher in a graduate course for the credits to count toward fulfilment of graduate program requirements at UW-Green Bay.
|Letter Grade||Grade Points per Credit|
|P||A "C" grade or better for gradaute courses||No effect|
|NC||No credit, letter grade of less than "C"||No effect|
|U||Unsatisfactory Audit||No effect|
|S||Satisfactory Audit||No effect|
|N||No acceptable report from instructor - temporary grade||No effect until an acceptable grade submitted|
|I||Incomplete, temporary grade||No effect until removed|
|PR||Progress in graduate thesis or internship||No effect|
|DR||Dropped Class||No effect|