Cuyahoga Community College redesigned its official transcript on Dec. 16, 2018. All transcripts printed prior to this date display a different legend.
|USF||Military Physical Education Credit||0|
Articulation and Prior Learning Grading
Transcript Addendum - December 2018
See below for an explanation of additional grade codes:
|AL||Local Apprenticeship Program|
|AS||Advanced Standing, Examination|
|AW||Statewide Apprenticeship Program|
|CB||Competency-Based Education Learning|
|CL||College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)|
|CT||CTAG/Career-Technical Assurance Guide|
|EX||Institutional Credit by Exam|
|HL||Higher-Level International Baccalaureate|
|MC||Military Credit/Military Credit from Non-Education Source|
|MT||Military Transfer Assurance Guide (MTAG)|
|OM||Credit for Associate of Technical Studey in Building and Industrial Technology|
|ON||Credit for Associate of Technical Study in Business Technology|
|OO||Credit for Associate of Technical Study in Health and Allied Health Technology|
|OP||Credit for Associate of Technical Study in Information Technology|
|OQ||Credit for Associate of Technical Study in Services Technology|
|PO||Other Institutional Prior Learning Assessment|
|PP||Portfolio Prior Learning Assessment|
|SL||Standard-Level International Baccalaureate|
Grade Point Average
Grade point average (GPA) is a measure of scholastic performance. It is computed by dividing the sum of the total quality points earned by the total units of credits (quarter or semester) attempted. The following example illustrates the computation of GPA:
GPA = 29/12 = 2.23
Grade point average can be computed for any given semester or for the total of all credits attempted. When a grade point average is computed for the total of all of the credits attempted, it is referred to as the cumulative grade point average.
Courses in which the letter symbols S, U, P, NP or the action symbols AC, BYP, CCT, CEL, HAC, TCP, USF, AU, W, CBE, I, IP, T, ACE, AP, CLP, USAF are noted will not be included in the computation of a student’s grade point average.
Students who receive official permission to postpone an examination are assigned an “I” (Incomplete) as the grade for that course. Students must personally request an incomplete grade from their instructors. It is not granted automatically.
Incomplete grades can be removed by completing the examination or other requirements no later than the end of the sixth week of the following academic term. Failure to do so will result in an “F” grade.
Auditing a Course
Auditing a course means that a student attends classes but is not required to submit assignments or take examinations. Students, therefore, receive neither a grade nor course credit. Students must indicate their intention to audit a course on a separate form to be completed during the audit registration period. The auditing fee is the same as for regular credit enrollment. Credit courses or Pass/No Pass courses cannot be converted to audit status, nor can audited courses be converted to credit or Pass/No Pass status after audit registration ends.
Careful consideration is advised before auditing a course. When uncertain whether to audit a course, students should see a counselor. Registration for auditing a course or courses may be completed in person only. Audited courses may be added on the dates published in the Enrollment Guide.