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Taking a Course Pass/Fail

If you are an undergraduate student, in order to take a course pass/fail, you must have completed 30 or more credit hours. No more than two courses per semester may be taken pass/fail. For more information, see the University Catalog.

During the first 12 class days (four class days in the summer), you can change your grading status through the registration system. After that date, you must meet with your academic advisor to have it changed. Consult the academic calendar for specific dates for the pass/fail deadline.

Q-drop and Pass/Fail FAQs for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021

If you are a graduate student, you may change registration in a class from the credit/no credit basis to the letter-grade basis or from the letter-grade basis to the credit/no credit basis until the deadline given in the Academic Calendar.

If you are a law school student, you may change registration in only a designated class from the pass/fail basis to the letter-grade basis or from the letter-grade basis to the pass/fail basis until the deadline given in the Academic Calendar.

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