CreditNocredit_REG_updated May 2014a.pdf - HUNTER COLLEGE...

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HUNTER COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR695 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK 10065CREDIT/NO CREDIT GRADING SYSTEMUndergraduate students may elect to be graded in courses according to either of two systems: (1) The traditional system of letter grades (A, B, C, D, and F) or (2) The non-letter grades of Credit/No Credit, where Credit(CR) is the equivalent of A,B,or C,and No Credit(N C) is the equivalent of Dor F.Course requirements are the same regardless of the system a student may choose, but there are certain restrictions about how and when the student may choose the Credit/N o Credit system. NOTE: This form is not needed for courses with mandatory CR/NC grading.Matric SUMMER 1993 SUMMER 2000 (a)A maximum of 10 courses (including repeated courses) at Hunter College may be taken on a Credit/No Credit basis (excluding remedial/developmental courses and courses with mandatory CR/NC grading). (b)Credit/No Credit grades are NOT ALLOWED for students on probation. (c)When a student chooses the Credit/No Credit option and earns a Das the final grade, the student may choose to receive the D or a grade of No Credit. (d)If (as a result of a student’s request,) a Credit/No Credit is given where it is not an allowed grade according to existing regulations, it will be converted to a letter grade by the Registrar’sOffice. Credit grades will be converted to a grade of C;No Credit grades will be converted to a

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Term
Spring
Professor
Brinkworth,Jessica
Tags
Gymnasium, Credit No Credit, credit no credit grades

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