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Grading System

The following academic grades are given in Lehman graduate programs: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, and F.

AUD: Indicates that a student registered and paid for a course and attended classes, but was not required to do coursework and will receive no credit for the course.

W: The grade in any course from which a student officially withdraws prior to the published deadline, indicating that the withdrawal was without prejudice. Official withdrawal is accomplished by filing a withdrawal application in the Office of the Registrar.

WU: Any unofficial withdrawal from a course and any official withdrawal after the published deadline. A WU counts as an F in computing the Grade Point Average.

INC: Incomplete coursework. The grade is given by the instructor to indicate a student has made satisfactory progress but, for good and sufficient reason, is unable to complete the course. INC grades must be removed by completion of course requirements within one year of assignment of the grade.

FIN: Failure to complete coursework by not resolving INC grade within one year. A FIN counts as an F in computing the Grade Point Average.

SP: Satisfactory Progress restricted to certain fieldwork, thesis or research courses requiring more than one semester for completion.

WA: Administrative withdrawal (e.g., failure to comply with the State law on immunization).

Z: Grade not submitted by the instructor. Z grades must be resolved prior to graduation.

Last modified: 11/20/2014