Final Grades

Provided below is an outline of the grading convention used by the various schools of the Rutgers-Newark campus. NOTE: A list of acceptable grades are also displayed at the top of the REGIS Rosters

LETTER GRADE FOR:
{Undergrad: CoN - NCAS - RBS -
SPAA - SCJ - UCN}
{Grad: CoN - GSN - SCJ -SPAA}

DEFINITION
AOUTSTANDING
B+EXCELLENT
BGOOD
C+ 
CSATISFACTORY
D (Not for GS-Nwk or SCJPOOR
FFAILED
  

LETTER GRADE FOR:
(LAW & RBS {GRAD})

DEFINITION
A+OUTSTANDING (LAW)
ADISTINGUISHED (RBS-G)
A- 
B+ 
BGOOD
B- 
C+ 
CSATISFACTORY
C- 
DPOOR
FFAILED

Additionally the following grades may also be applied at the instructor's discretion :

T - (Temporary) Grades of TB+, TB, TC+, TC, TD, & TF are used for all temporary grades.

X - (Examination Not Taken) - Assigned only when the instructor believes a student might have passed the course, had the final examination had been taken.  TX may also be used if the instructor and student have agreed on a make-up exam.

IN - (Incomplete) grade, for RU-Newark Undergraduate courses offered by NCAS, RBS, SCJ, and SPAA converts to a "F" grade if not resolved by the end of two terms.

RD, RF - Re-examination permitted.

TZ - The grade of TZ should only be assigned when a student cannot complete coursework due to a certifiable emergency. Grade will convert to a "F" grade within the end of the following term.

P or NC - (Pass/No Credit) If a student had registered the course and indicated upon registration that the course is taken as a Pass/NoCredit course in accordance with the the policy governing this grade option, the following grades are used.

PA grade is be applied if the student passed the course (equivalent to grades A, B+, B, C+, C & C).

NC grade is applied if the student failed the course (equivalent to grades D & F).

TNC - (Temporary No Credit) If a student registered under the above option the instructor may assign the grade of TNC if the student is has not completed the course requirements due to extenuating circumstances and an agreement between instructor and student has been made allowing the delayed completion of the course requirements.