Offices & Directories

Grades

Please be aware that as of the Spring of 2011 the Registrar's Office will no longer mail grade reports. 

Students may view their grades via WebAdvisor at the completion of each term.

GRADING SYSTEM INTERPRETATION

DEFINITION OF CREDIT UNIT

The University of Redlands operates on a semester unit of credit. A semester credit is awarded for the amount of work an average student would accomplish in a minimum of 40 hours (undergraduate) and 45 hours (graduate), including the hours spent in the laboratory or classroom. 

 

INTERPRETATION OF GRADE STATISTICS
Credits Attempted: Total number of credits attempted.
Credits Completed: Total number of credits completed for successful completion of academic course- work or equivalent.
GPA Credits: Total number of graded credits used in calculating the grade point average (only University of Redlands units included).
Graded Points: Value is derived by multiplying GPA credits by grade earned.
GPA: Value is derived by dividing graded points by GPA credits. 

 

The University of Redlands uses a numeric grading system as explained below:

4.0

A

3.7

A-

3.3

B+

3.0

B

2.7

B- 

2.3

C+

2.0

C

1.7

C-

1.3

D+

1.0

D

0.7

D-

0.0

F

Graduate students will not receive credit for a course awarded a grade of 1.7 or below. A cumulative grade point average below a 3.0 is not sufficient for good standing in graduate programs.

 

RELATED NOTATIONS 
AU Audit
CR Credit

2.0 or above: undergraduate level

2.7 or above: graduate level
NC No Credit Below 2.0: undergraduate level
Below a 2.7: graduate level
CE Credit Earned by faculty examination or for Continuing Education Credit
EV Narrative Qualitative evaluation of work attached to transcript
VZ Narrative Evaluation satisfactory, not yet in file
VI Narrative Incomplete evaluation
VF Narrative Failure to complete terms of evaluation contract
I Incomplete Verify with faculty as to when a completed grade is due to the Registrar's Office. After that time, the incomplete will revert to the alternate grade reported by faculty.
Z No Grade Temporary, usually due to late grades or no grade recorded by faculty.
W Withdrawal Request for withdrawal must be received in writing from the student.
NG Non-Graded
 

 

 


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