Final Grades

Final grades are determined by a combination of assignments, term work, quizzes, final papers, or exams. Grades will be awarded in a letter grade format, and posted on your student portal soon after they are received from the instructor, approximately 30 days after the exam or final assignment date.

Grades displayed in Desire2Learn (D2L) are not official.

Academic Upgrading course final grades will be shown as percentage (numeric) grades on the official transcript.

In the Certificate for Emerging Leaders, student learning is assessed through the evaluation of a learning journal that is submitted following completion of the required number of instructional hours in the student's program of study.

To view grades, go to your account and enter your UCID and password. You can find your courses and final grades under "My Enrolment History".

For information on Appeals and Reappraisals, click here.

Grading System

A+ 95 – 100% Outstanding
A 90 – 94% Excellent
Superior performance, showing comprehensive understanding of subject matter.
A- 85 – 89% Approaching Excellent
B+ 80 – 84% Exceeding Good
B 75 – 79% Good
Clearly above average performance with knowledge of subject matter generally complete.
B- 70 – 74% Approaching Good
C+ 67 – 69% Exceeding Satisfactory
C 64 – 66% Satisfactory (minimal pass)
Basic understanding of subject matter. Minimum required in all courses to meet certificate program requirements.
C- 60 – 63% Approaching Satisfactory
Receipt of a C- or less is not sufficient for certificate program requirements.
D+ 55 – 59% Marginal Performance
D 50 – 54% Minimal Performance
F 0 – 49% Fail
AU Course Audit
No course credit. Permission to Audit form must be completed and approved.
CR Completed Requirements
NC Not Complete
The NC grade is assigned to students who neither attended the course, nor submitted any assignments and did not formally withdraw from the course. (Did not attend + did not submit any assignments + did not formally withdraw = NC). Students who do not formally withdraw by contacting Continuing Education Student Services are still considered registered in the course, even if they have stopped attending classes or submitting assignments. Students will be assigned a grade based on any/all assignments submitted.
AT Attended
NS Not Subject to Grading

Please note: Undergraduate Academic Preparation course final grades will be shown as percentage (numeric) grades on the official transcript. The English Language Program has a different grading system.

Not all Continuing Education courses are subject to grading. Grades will not be released by telephone.

For information on Appeals and Reappraisals, click here.

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