Academic Policies and Procedures

No Report (NR) Grades

A No Report (NR) grade on a student's record indicates that the instructor for the course has not yet submitted a final grade for the student's work at the end of the grading period. This grade is not the same as an Incomplete (I), which indicates that the student's work was unfinished at the end of the term.

All grades for 790, 890, 990 that are unreported (previously assigned an NR) by the end of the grading period will be automatically assigned a P (Progress). The P grades will automatically revert to S grades upon assignment of the grade for the final semester of enrollment in the course. If the instructors had intended a different grade (S, U, or I), they would need to use the electronic grade change process.

See Grading System, Incompletes, Progress (P) Grades, Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) Grades

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