UC San Diego Grading Policies and Procedure
Grades in Undergraduate Courses
|P||=||Pass (equates to C - )|
|NP||=||No Pass (equates to D or F)|
|I||=||Incomplete (must be approved by instructor for good reason|
|IP||=||In Progress (approved for multi-quarter sequences)|
|Blank||=||No Record (no report received)- lapses to an F grade the following quarter|
You may drop a course by Friday of the ninth week on-line via WebReg or by filing an add/drop card with the Registrar. Be aware of drop deadlines as posted on TritonLink. A course dropped before the end of Week 4 will not be entered on your transcript. If you would like to withdraw from all of your courses, you must file a Withdrawal form at the ERC Academic Advising Office. You can only drop up to your last course on TritonLink.
You are expected to make progress toward your degree by completing a minimum of 36 units per academic year, an average of 12 successfully completed units each quarter. If by the end of the year you have not completed 36 units, you may use summer session credits to achieve the required minimum progress. This requirement is especially important if you are on financial aid.
If you take classes at a college or university other than UC San Diego, please check with UC San Diego Admissions to be certain the work is transferable. Additional information for California Community Colleges is available at http://www.assist.org. The Entry Level Writing Requirement (SDCC1) taught at UC San Diego will count as workload credit toward your minimum progress requirement.