Grading Policy

The following grading scale has been adopted by the School of Nursing faculty and is used in all courses required for the nursing degree programs:

4.00 94-100 = A 3.00 84-86.9 = B 2.00 71-75.9 = C1.00 62 - 64.9 = D
3.67 90- 93.9 = A- 2.67 80-83.9 = B- 1.67 68-70.9 = C- 0.67 59 - 61.9 = D-
3.33 87-89.9 = B+2.33 76-79.9 = C+1.33 65-67.9 = D+0.00 58 & below = E

Earning less than a C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale), is defined as failing a course in the nursing program.

Weighting of exams and other assignments is established in the criteria for grade determination found in each course syllabus. Students must achieve an average of 71% or higher on exams to pass the course. Grades from other assignments will then be calculated to obtain overall course grade.

Missing: Role of the Exam Average in a course for satisfactory performance.