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
A Excellent 4.0
AB Very Good 3.5
B Good 3.0
BC Above Average 2.5
C Average 2.0
CD Below Average 1.5
D Poor 1.0
F Unacceptable 0.0
WF Unofficial Withdrawal 0.0
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
W Withdrew No effect