UNT's Grading System
UNT's grading system uses the letters A, B, C, D, F, P, NP, I, PR, NPR, and W.
The letter Z is used to indicate that a grade was not properly received and/or recorded for a course.
Note: No grade points are allowed for grades F, I, NP, P, PR, NPR, W, or Z.
A complete record of all previously used grades and grading systems is detailed on the official transcript.
Four grade points for each semester hour.
Three grade points for each semester hour.
Two grade points for each semester hour.
One grade point for each semester hour.
Given when a student:
A credit grade:
A failing grade on the pass / no pass option; non-punitive.
A non-punitive grade given only during the last one-fourth of a term/semester and only if a student:
The student must arrange with the instructor to finish the course at a later date by completing specific requirements. These requirements must be listed on a Request for Grade of Incomplete form signed by the instructor, student and department chair and must be entered on the grade roster by the instructor.
Grades of I assigned to an undergraduate course at the end of the Fall 2007 semester and later will default to F unless the instructor has designated a different automatic grade.
Assigned at the close of each semester or summer term in which the graduate student is enrolled in thesis (5950) or dissertation (6950). No credit hours are shown when the grade of PR is assigned. When the thesis or dissertation has been completed and submitted to the graduate dean, appropriate grades and credit hours will be shown on the student's record for the required number of enrollments.
Used to indicate no progress on thesis or dissertation courses numbered 5950 and 6950, 6951, 6952, 6953 or 6954 in a given term; non-punitive.
Drop or withdrawal without penalty.
Assigned when a student drops a class or withdraws from the university during published deadlines. Specific dates are published at catalog.unt.edu.
Note: Use of WF grade was discontinued fall 2018.
For more information on grade reports or the grading system used at UNT, please refer to the Academics section of the UNT Catalog.
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