|D||Passing, but Unsatisfactory||1|
|I||Incomplete (except developmental)||0|
|FI||Failure, nonremoval of incomplete||0|
|IP||Incomplete, in progress (except developmental)||Not Computed|
|N||No Credit||Not Computed|
|XN||Nonattendance, Incomplete for developmental and designated modular courses||Not Computed|
“D” : Students receiving a “D” grade in prerequisite courses are advised not to enroll in succeeding courses until they complete prerequisite coursework with at least a “C” grade. A “D” grade will not be acceptable toward graduation for any course in the major in the Associate of Arts, Science, Applied Science degree, or certificate programs.
“F”: Failure may be awarded for lack of academic progress (F), failure due to non-attendance (FN), or failure to complete remaining course requirements (FI). “F” grades may not be overridden with “W” or “I” grades. If you elect to repeat a course for which you have received an “F,” you must re-register, pay full tuition and fees, and repeat the entire course.
“IP” Incomplete, Course in Progress (for non-developmental courses): An “IP” grade may be assigned by an instructor if a student has made satisfactory progress in a course with the exception of a major quiz, final exam, or other project. The “IP” grade may also be assigned for extenuating circumstances beyond a student’s control such as personal illness, death in the immediate family, military orders, or in the case of distance learning courses, institutional technology failures and mail delays. Notice of absences with supporting documentation may be required by the instructor. The instructor makes the final decision concerning the granting of the incomplete grade. The instructor may set a deadline for completing the remaining course requirements. In no case will the deadline exceed 110 days after the scheduled end of the course. An “IP” grade cannot be replaced by the grade of “W.” If a student elects to repeat the course, the student must register, pay full tuition and fees and repeat the entire course.
At the end of the 110 calendar days if the student has not completed the remaining coursework as required by the instructor, the “IP” will be converted to an “FI” and appear as an “F” on the student’s official transcript.
The IP grade is not used for developmental study courses and designated nontraditional, modular courses.
“N”-No Credit: The grade of “N” is reserved for use with some developmental and designated nontraditional, modular courses and will be assigned to students who have made satisfactory progress, but lack the successful completion of certain modules required for course completion. The grade of “N” indicates that the student must enroll the following semester and complete those modules for a final grade in the course. Re-enrollment requires the payment of usual tuition and fees for the course.
“P”-Completed: The grade of “P” is reserved for use with designated nontraditional, modular courses and will be assigned to students who have satisfactorily mastered all the course requirements. When used with credit-granting courses, earned credit hours will be displayed on the transcript. Quality points and grade point calculation are not computed.
“XN”-Non-Attendance: The grade of “XN” is reserved for use with developmental and designated nontraditional, modular courses and will be assigned to students who have failed to make satisfactory progress due to failure to attend.
“W”-Withdrawal: Students who officially withdraw will receive the grade of “W,” provided attendance and academic performance are satisfactory at the time of official withdrawal. Students must file a withdrawal application with CTC before they may be considered for withdrawal. The withdrawal request must be received by the official last date to withdraw.
Grade Point Averaging (GPA)
Students are responsible for knowing their grade point average and when their grade point average affects their academic standing. Grades and unofficial transcripts are available online through WebAdvisor.
Calculating Grade Point Average
|Course||Grade||Grade Points||Credit Hours||GPA Calculation|
|BUSI 1301||A||4||3||4 x 3 = 12|
|ENGL 1301||B||3||3||3 x 3 = 9|
|ITSC 1409||C||2||4||2 x 4 = 8|
|CJLE 1211||D||1||2||1 x 2 = 2|
|12 crs.||31 gp.||31/12 = 2.583 GPA|
Multiply the number of grade points for each grade by the number of credit hours for the course. Add the totals. Divide the total grade points by the number of hours attempted. Grades of IP, W, N, XN, or P and grades in developmental courses (A, B, C) are not included in the grade point averaging.
Change of Grades
Students who believe that a computational error occurred in grading should immediately contact the instructor of the course in question. Students must bring this matter to the attention of the instructor involved no later than 180 days after the end of the course in order for a grade change to be considered. Administrative personnel of Central Texas College are not authorized to change an instructor’s grade.
Grades and Financial Assistance/Tuition Assistance/VA Benefits
Special conditions may apply to students enrolled in courses paid through the military tuition assistance program; financial aid, scholarships, and VA benefits; or other third-party contractual agreements due to agency requirements. Students should contact the appropriate agency for specific requirements and possible obligations, particularly for grades of “F,’ “IP,” “I,” “W,” “N,”, or “XN.”
Repeating a Course
The total hours earned toward a certificate/degree are not increased if you repeat a course in which a passing grade has already been earned. When you repeat a course, both grades remain on the transcript but only the last grade earned is used in computing your CTC GPA. A CTC grade can only be replaced by repeating the same course at CTC. Other colleges may compute the GPA in a manner different from Central Texas College. Repeating a course with a C or lower does not clear you to graduate with honors. Honors designation at graduation considers all grades of courses repeated.