All grade changes must be made within one calendar year following the end of the course for which the grade was recorded.
Final grades for courses are available on the MCC4me Portal or your Backpack at the end of each semester or session. These grades are recorded on the students' permanent records in the Office of Registration & Enrollment, Prahl College Center Lower Level.
To remain in good academic standing, a student must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA). MCC uses a four-point system in calculating a student's average, based on grades from 4.0 to 0.0.
To determine a grade point average, a student should determine the number of grade points earned in each completed course, add them together and then divide the total by the number of credits taken.
|BIOL 107||4 credits x 3.5||= 14.0 Grade Points|
|ENGL 101||3 credits x 4.0||= 12.0 Grade Points|
|SOCY 191||3 credits x 1.5||= 4.5 Grade Points|
|PEAC 106||2 credits x 2.0||= 4.0 Grade Points|
|COMG 165||1 credit x 2.5||= 2.5 Grade Points|
All grade changes must be made within one calendar year following the end of the course for which the grade was recorded.Grade Point Average Calculator
A grade "S" only earns credit towards graduation if course level is 100 or higher.
A grade of "U" does not earn credit toward graduation.
A grade of "W" indicates official withdrawal from a course in which a student has enrolled. A student must initiate the process to withdraw by submitting a worksheet to the Registration Office.
A grade of "N" indicates that a student is enrolled in a course on an audit basis. The grade means that no credit is given. A student who wishes to attend a class regularly but does not require a grade or credit may decide to audit the course. Students may enroll on an audit basis, or may change to an audit basis prior to the tenth week with the instructor's approval. A student who enrolls on an audit basis may not change to a credit basis.
Instructors may assign an "NS" grade which indicates that the faculty member has had, in their judgment, non-sufficient instructional contact with the student.
A student must initiate a request for an "I" (Incomplete Grade) from an instructor. The "I" will be given at the sole discretion of the instructor.
Typically an "I" will be given only when the student:
Instructors electing to give an "I" will complete an Incomplete Grade Form by the time final course grades are due. This form will specify what the student must do to complete the course requirements. It will specify a date by which the required work must be completed. The Incomplete Grade Form will indicate the grade the student will receive if the assigned work is not completed. Both the student and the instructor will sign the form. Copies will be provided to the Registrar, the student, the instructor and the Division Office. Responsibility for monitoring and grading the "I" work may not be transferred to another instructor without agreement of the faculty involved and the approval of the Academic Dean.
The instructor will submit a Grade Change Form to the Registrar when the student has completed the assigned work. All incomplete course work will be finished by the date indicated on the Incomplete Grade From, but not to exceed one calendar year from the end of the semester for which the "I" grade was recorded. If a Grade Change Form is not submitted by the end of one calendar year, the "I" will default to the grade submitted on the Incomplete Grade Form.
Each instructor shall include an "I" grade policy consistent with college policy in his/her syllabus.
To provide a “no harm” option for students impacted by the COVID-19 semester disruption during the Winter 19/20 semester only