Students may view their grades by logging into Student Planning after grades post at the completion of each term.
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
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.