Friday, April 30, 2021

Important S/N grading basis information for spring 2021

The University of Minnesota has continued the temporary update to the grading policies allowing undergraduate students enrolled in Twin Cities undergraduate courses to choose between S/N and A-F grading for spring 2021 courses. CSE Advising strongly encourages you to consider the potential impacts before making the decision to change a course to S/N. The deadline for making grading changes is Monday, May 24, 2021.
Check with your advisor!

The University of Minnesota has continued the temporary update to the grading policies allowing undergraduate students enrolled in Twin Cities undergraduate courses to choose between S/N and A-F grading for spring 2021 courses. 

Students who have received their final grade in a class and wish to switch from A-F grading to S/N grading (or the opposite) for spring 2021 must complete an online request form on the One Stop Student Services website by Monday, May 24, 2021.

For more information, please review the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory (S/N) fact sheet.

While changing your grading basis may be tempting, CSE Advising strongly encourages you to consider the potential impacts before making the decision to change a course to S/N.  Check out the Academic Advising blog for things to consider when thinking about changing your spring 2021 grading basis. If you have further questions about this option, please contact your academic advisor.

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CSE Academic Advising
cseadvising@umn.edu