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Grades

Students can view their grades online via My Marylhurst.

Grades are due the second Monday after the end of the term at 5 pm. Grades are visible in My Marylhurst as soon as an instructor submits them. If you don't see a grade posted, please check with your instructor directly.

A grade of WIP in My Marylhurst stands for "work in progress." WIP displays as a placeholder until the instructor submits a grade.

Grading System

Grading is on a 4.00 scale. Only grades earned at Marylhurst are computed in the grade point average (GPA).

Grades Used at Marylhurst

A (4.00), A- (3.67), B+ (3.33), B (3.00), B- (2.67), C+ (2.33), C (2.00), C- (1.67), D+ (1.33), D (1.00), D- (0.67), F (0.00)
P (Pass)
NP (No pass)
CEU (Continuing Education Units – Satisfactory Completion)
NCE (Continuing Education Units – Unsatisfactory Completion)
AU (Audit)
I (Incomplete)
IP (In Progress)
R (Repeated Course)
W (Withdrawal)
X (No Grade Submitted)
Y (Never Attended, or never logged in to an online class)

Calculating Grade Point Average (GPA)

GPA is calculated by dividing the total number of quality points by the total GPA-bearing credit hours. (Pass/No pass grades are not GPA-bearing.)

Quality points are calculated by multiplying the grade points for each grade earned by the number of credit hours.

Example:
A (4.00) x 3 credits = 12.00 quality points
B+ (3.33) x 1 credit = 3.33 quality points

Overall GPA is found by adding up the total quality points and dividing by the total number of GPA-bearing credits.

Example:
Total quality points = 12.00 + 3.33 = 15.33
Total credits = 3+1 = 4
GPA = 15.33 / 4 = 3.83

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