Grades & Quality Points
The University of Saint Francis operates on a 4.0 grading system and determines the scholastic standing of students according to the following scale:
|D||Passing, but below average||1.0|
|F||Failure in course or unofficial withdrawal||0.0|
|F||Fail (If pass/fail course)|
|W||Withdrawal before mid-semester, or after the drop deadline of an accelerated format course (does not negatively affect the grade point average)|
|WP||Passing at time of official withdrawal after mid-semester (does not negatively affect the grade point average)|
|WF||Failure at time of official withdrawal after mid-semester (lowers the grade point average)|
|WIP||Work in progress|
Audit Courses at the graduate level may be taken on a special non-credit basis, with the approval of the Graduate Office.
* If a student receives an “F” in a required graduate level course, the course must be repeated the next term it is offered if permitted by program policy.