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No Grade Reported

If the course instructor does not submit a grade, a No Grade "NG" is recorded on the student's transcript (policy 48-50).

  • Deadline applies whether or not the student is enrolled in the following semester/session.
  • If a student receives an "NG" in place of a permanent grade, the grade-point average is calculated.

Undergraduate Students

Effective Spring 2012 to Present

NG grades are to be reconciled within five weeks following the posting of the NG.

Effective Prior to Spring 2012

NG grades are to be reconciled by the last day of the fourth week of the following semester or by the last day of classes in the fourth week of the second six-week summer session.

Graduate Students

Effective Fall 2014 to Present

Graduate students follow the policy for NG grades set by Graduate Council in GCAC-401 Grading System.

Effective Spring 2012 - Summer 2014

NG grades are to be reconciled within twenty-five weeks following the posting of the NG.

Effective Prior to Spring 2012

NG grades are to be reconciled by the last day of the fourth week of the following semester or by the last day of classes in the fourth week of the second six-week summer session.

Law Students

Effective Spring 2012 to Present

NG grades are to be reconciled within five weeks following the posting of the NG.

Effective Prior to Spring 2012

NG grades are to be reconciled by the last day of the fourth week of the following semester or by the last day of classes in the fourth week of the second six-week summer session.

Process

Students should contact their instructor (or the department offering the course) as soon as possible to determine what needs to be done so that a grade can be assigned.