Pass/No Pass Option
Taking a course as Pass/No Pass means undergraduates will receive a P (Pass) if they earn a grade of C or better in the course and a NP (No Pass) if they earn a grade of D or F. A graduate student will receive a P (Pass) if they earn a grade of B or better in the course and a NP (No Pass) if they earn a grade of C, D, or F.
Adding or Removing Pass/No Pass
If you need to change the grading basis of a course, please fill out the Pass/No Pass Change Form. This form is for current term changes only. The Pass/No Pass deadlines are included on the Deadlines page. If you need to request a grading basis change for a past term, please email the Registrar Service Center.
Pass/No Pass Catalog Policy
The catalog policy excludes the Spring 2020 semester.
Undergraduate students who are not on academic probation can register for select courses under the Pass/No Pass option. First-semester freshmen are not eligible for this grading basis.
You can take a maximum of six semester hours under Pass/No Pass. You can have a maximum of 25 Pass/No Pass hours for graduation.
Pass/No Pass is not an option for courses that fulfill a major or minor requirement, are for professional education, or are classified in Group 1 of General Education.
You cannot repeat a course using the Pass/No Pass option.