Seven (7) calendar days after the end of classes for courses that do not have a final examination as noted in the calendar.
Seven (7) calendar days after the examination is written for those courses that have a final examination.
In cases where there is no final examination and the due date for the last assignment is after the last day of classes, the grades should be submitted seven (7) calendar days after the due date for the assignment.
Please refer to Evaluation of Student Achievement, Student Access to Final Examinations, and Release of Grades, above.
Complete (pass). Used only for 0-unit courses and those credit courses designated by the Senate. Such courses are identified in the course listings.
Continuing. Denotes the first half of a full-year course.
Unsatisfactory performance. Completed course requirements; no supplemental. Used only for Co-op work terms and for courses designated by Senate. Such courses are identified in the course listings. The grade is EXCLUDED from the calculation of all grade point averages.
Incomplete. Used only for those credit courses designated by the Senate, to be replaced with a final grade by June 1 for Winter Session courses and by October 1 for Summer Session courses. Such courses are identified in the course listings.
Deferred status granted. Used only when deferred status has been granted because of illness, an accident or family affliction. See Deferred Status.
In Progress. Used only for courses designated by Senate, to be replaced with a final grade by the end of the next Winter Session except for TIED courses (identified in the Calendar). In TIED courses the INP must be replaced with a final grade by the end of the subsequent term (including Summer Session) or, where a COOP Work Term, or other activity approved by the academic unit, intervenes, within eight months. If a student fails to complete the second course of a TIED course sequence, then the final grade will be N.
Aegrotat. Transcript notation accompanying a letter grade, assigned where documented illness or similar affliction affected the student’s performance or prevented completion of all course work.
Withdrawal under extenuating circumstances. The WE registration status will replace a course registration or grade when approved by the Dean following a request for academic concession from a student. This registration status is excluded from the calculation of all grade point averages; it will appear on the official transcript.