Grades

Grades are a reflection of your performance in this course. This section describes a few rules about grades, and defines the letter grades.

Grades are not negotiable. They are the result of your performance.

  • Instructors are contractually obligated to assign grades based on your performance. Please do not place an instructor in an ethical or conflict of interest situation by asking them to increase grades. (If you see an error, please speak to your instructor.)
  • Grades are confidential. Some students may not want to discuss their grades. Please do not ask.

Instructors are contractually obligated to report all plagiarism. All work containing plagiarized content will be heavily penalized and you will be reported to the office of Student Conduct and Judicial Affairs. Please do not place an instructor in an ethical or conflict of interest situation by asking them to ignore plagiarism.

Grading Guide

What grades mean in this course. Click on each item to see the description.

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