Undergraduate Regulations

Grading System


A Superior
B Above Average
C Average
D Below Average
F Fail
FN Failure for Non-Attendance
I Incomplete
R Repeated Course
CR Credit Without Grade
W Withdrawal

The William Woods academic grade point average (GPA) is determined by multiplying the quality points assigned to each letter grade (A = 4; B = 3; C = 2; D = 1; F =0) by the credit for each course taken at William Woods. The resulting total quality points divided by credit hours attempted produces the grade point average. The grades of F and FN carry no quality points, but the credits attempted are calculated into the studentís grade point average. Grades of I, CR, and W do not carry quality points, are not tabulated as hours attempted, and do not affect the grade point average. Transfer courses are not included in the grade point average. Revised 11/01/2005