A pass/fail option allows you to take life-enriching electives without negatively affecting your GPA, provided you pass the course. Courses typically taken as pass/fail include keyboarding, music lessons (for non-major or minor students), word processing, and other computer courses.
Standard tuition rates apply.
Courses applied to a student’s major, minor, proficiency, emphasis, specialization, concentration, Biblical Studies Core, and General Studies Core may not be taken on a pass/fail basis.
A class must be classified as pass/ fail by midterm. Students must notify the Registrar’s Office in writing before the date scheduled for the midterm examination.
Because credit for these classes apply toward graduation, students must earn at least a grade of C- to receive a grade of P (Passing). A grade of P is not included when computing a student’s grade point average; however, students who earn less than C- competency will receive a grade of F. Failure will affect the student’s grade point average.