No grade point credit (applies to developmental studies courses numbered 01–09 and ESL courses numbered 11–16).
No credit. A grade of withdrawal indicates an official withdrawal from a course after the last date to be eligible for a refund.
Student desiring to attend a course without taking the examination or receiving credit for the course may do so by registering to audit through the usual registration process and paying the normal tuition. Permission of the division dean or another appropriate academic administrator is required to audit a course.
Audited courses carry no credit and do not count as a part of the student’s course load. Students desiring to change status in a course from audit to credit or from credit to audit must do so within the add/drop period for the course.
Students who desire to earn credit for a previously audited course must re-enroll in the course for credit and pay normal tuition to earn a grade other than “X”. Advanced standing credit should not be awarded for a previously audited course.
(D Academic Renewal
(F) Academic Renewal
Grade Point Average (GPA)
GPA is determined by dividing the total number of grade points earned in courses by the total number of credits attempted. The cumulative GPA includes all courses attempted. When students repeat a course, only the last grade earned is counted in the computation of the cumulative GPA and for satisfying curricular requirements.
Grading—Developmental Studies Courses
A grade of S is assigned for satisfactory completion of developmental studies courses numbered 1–9 and ESL courses. S grades are not included in GPA calculation.
Students making satisfactory progress but not completing all of the instructional objectives for a developmental studies course or an ESL course will be graded with an R (re-enroll) and must re-enroll to complete the course objectives.
Students not making satisfactory progress in a developmental studies course or an ESL course will be graded U. Students should consult with the instructor to determine the subsequent sequence of courses for students receiving a grade of U.