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    The University of California, Irvine opened in September 1965 operating on the quarter system. Each quarter has ten weeks of instruction. The average student course enrollment is four courses (16 units). Minimum full-time enrollment is 12 units. The A+ grade was introduced fall quarter 1989; all other plus and minus grades were introduced fall quarter 1973.

    GRADING


    Letter Grade: Grade points: Credit Allowed:  
        (per unit)  Attempted   Passed   Grade Points   

    A+, A, A- ...excellent 4.0, 4.0, 3.7 Yes Yes Yes  
    B+, B, B- ...good 3.3, 3.0, 2.7 Yes Yes Yes  
    C+, C, C- ...average 2.3, 2.0, 1.7 Yes Yes Yes  
    D+, D, D- ...barely passing 1.3, 1.0, 0.7 Yes Yes Yes  
    F ...failure 0 Yes No No  
    I ...incomplete 0 Yes No Yes Prior to fall 1968
        0 No No No Beginning fall 1968
    IP ...in progress 0 No No No Certain sequential courses for which the final grade is assigned to previous quarter(s) of the sequence.
    NP ...not pass 0 No No No Equal to grade C- or below. (Undergraduates)
    NR ...no report 0 No No No No grade submitted by instructor or an unresolved discrepancy in course enrollment.
    P ...pass 0 No Yes No Equal to grade C or better. (Undergraduates)
    S ...satisfactory 0 No Yes No Equal to grade B or better. (Graduates)
    U ...unsatisfactory 0 No No No Equal to grade B- or below. (Graduates)
    UR ...unauthorized repeat 0 No No No No credit.
    W ...withdrew 0 No No No Course dropped after sixth week of instruction.
     
    Course Credit Codes:
    G0   * Yes Yes Yes Repeat of F or NP for letter grade.
    G1   * Yes No Yes Repeat of C-, D+, D, or D-; units taken from original enrollment.
    G2   * Yes Yes Yes Satisfaction of incomplete grade.
    G5   0 No No No Effective fall of 1984, repeat of C or better; prior to fall of 1984, repeat of C- or better; no credit.
    GP   0 No No No Repeat of course taken pass/not pass or satisfactory/unsatisfactory; no credit.
    GW   0 No No No Repeat of a workload credit only course.
    I   0 Yes No Yes Original grade was I which converted to F, NP, or U after deadline to rectify passed.
    IP   0 Yes No Yes Original grade was IP which converted to an I after deadline to rectify passed.
    K1   * Yes Yes Yes Credit by exam.
    L6   0 No No No Repeat of advanced standing or high school course; no credit.
    M1   0 No No No No credit for work while under dismissal.
    M2   * Yes Yes Yes Credit for work under dismissal.
    M4   0 No No No No credit for work after graduation.
    NR   0 Yes No Yes Original grade was NR which converted to F, NP, or U after deadline to rectify passed.
    PG   0 No Yes No Repeat of NP or U.
    PN   0 No Yes No Course taken pass/not pass.
    RC   0 No Yes No Course has been repeated; original grade B-, C+, C, or C-; graduate student only.
    RD   0 No Yes No Course has been repeated; effective fall 1984, original grade C-, D+, D or D-; prior to fall 1984, original grade D+, D or D-.
    RF   0 No No No Course has been repeated; original grade F.
    RR   0 No No No Course has been repeated more than once.
    RW   0 No No No Workload credit only course has been repeated.
    SU   0 No Yes No Course taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
    WC   0 No No No Workload credit only; does not apply toward graduation.
    ##           See memoranda section of transcript.
    * Grade points reflect grade received.

    COURSE NUMBERING


    1 - 99 Lower Division courses
    100 - 199 Upper Division courses
    200 - 299 Graduate courses
    300 - 399 Professional courses for teachers
    400 & above Other professional and graduate courses

    SCHOLASTIC NOTATIONS

    Effective spring quarter 1969, the Irvine campus deleted all scholastic notations from students' official records. Beginning fall quarter 1979 "Academic Disqualification" or "Dismissed" has been noted on appropriate student records.

    The notation "Deans Honor List" was introduced spring quarter 1972 for undergraduate students who complete 12 or more graded units in a quarter with a GPA of 3.500 or better.

    Beginning winter quarter 1970, courses completed by "Limited" status students were at the post baccalaureate level.

    An I grade (Incomplete) assigned fall 2010 and after will convert to an F, NP, U, as appropriate, when coursework is not satisfactorily made up by the student.

    PROBATION

    Undergraduate students are normally subject to academic probation if at the end of any quarter their grade point average for that quarter, or their cumulative University of California grade point average, is less than 2.0.

    ACCREDITATION

    Western Association of Schools and Colleges.