|Letter Grade||Numerical Equivalent||Explanation|
|D||1.000||Undergraduate only/Poor achievement|
|CR||Credit (School of Law only)|
|HH||High Honor (School of Law only)|
|H||Honor (School of Law only)|
|P||Pass (School of Law only)|
|MP||Marginal Pass (School of Law only)|
|NG||Grade not reported by faculty|
|S||Satisfactory (pass/fail basis; counts toward total degree requirements)|
|U||Unsatisfactory (pass/fail basis)|
|X||Incomplete (pass/fail basis)|
|L||Audit (no credit given)|
An I, IP, or X grade shows that the student has not completed the course requirements.
The IP grade is intended for courses that extend over several terms. The time restrictions on the incomplete grade do not apply to the IP grade. While the IP grade is left unchanged, it is not included in computing the grade-point average. If the IP grade is never changed, the course does not count toward graduation requirements.
The following notations may also appear on the student's transcript:
|E||Course excluded from GPA|
|I||Course included in GPA|
Numerical equivalents for scholastic averages are weighted according to the number of hours the course carries. For example, suppose a student receives a grade of B in a course carrying 4 semester hours and a grade of A in a course carrying 1 semester hour. The weightings for these example courses are as follows:
|Grade||Numerical Equivalent||Semester Hours||Weight|
The GPA for both courses would then be the total weight (16) divided by the total semester hours (5), or 3.200. Grades of I, IP, S, U, and X are not included in the calculation of the GPA. See Grade Table for a complete list of grades and numerical equivalents.