In SRS, the manner in which a student is graded is specific to his or her division. Each division, and in turn each student registration, is linked to a grade scheme for courses taken within and outside of the student's divisions of record.
This documentation describes only the grade schemes in current use as of the Fall 1989. For information on obsolete grade schemes, contact the University Registrar's Office.
A grade scheme:
|-||identifies valid grades and marks for a division|
|-||for each valid grade or mark, defines rules for calculating earned credits, quality credits (credits that count into the GPA), quality points and other statistics|
|-||lists valid GRADE TYPES--for example, "pass/fail", "audit", or "not for credit"|
|-||for each combination of grade type and grade or mark; determines whether the course counts toward registered credit, earned credit, quality credit, load limit and time status (full/part-time)|
|-||establishes rules for calculating undergraduate student classification based on earned credit|
|-||establishes rules for calculating Dean's List eligibility (undergraduates only)|
|-||determines which opscan group will be used for students in this grade scheme|
The grade schemes EG, NU, UE, UW, UN and SD are used to grade students in the following divisions:
These grade schemes share most of their grades in common, and so are all included in the opscan group "PH".
This means that all of the students in these divisions can be listed on one grade sheet, sharing one opscan group.
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