- Credits taken on a P/F basis will not be averaged into a grade point average if "P" is filed by the instructor. The credits will count as credits earned. An "F" will be averaged in and will be counted as credits attempted.
- Specific courses are approved for pass/fail grading. Students do not have the option to request to take a graded course on a P/F basis.
- Students on academic probation are ineligible for P/F credit courses, except for those enumerated 050 courses.
- 21 credits is the maximum number of P/F course work hours applicable to an undergraduate degree.
- Students should realize that P/F graded courses might not be accepted in transfer to other institutions of higher learning. Professional schools are especially reluctant to accept P/F graded course work. Some employers, principals, and/or
superintendents may be unable to acknowledge credits or reward employees, especially graduate students working on advanced degrees, when course work has been taken under the P/F grading system.