as a first-year in or after fall 2003 may take a maximum of 23 points for a grade of P.
as a transfer in or after fall 2003 may take a maximum of 22 points for a grade of P.
prior to fall 2003 may take a maximum of 21 points for a grade of P.
You may not elect the Pass/D/Fail option for:
First Year English.
classes going toward your minor (if any).
classes in your major field.
You may elect the P/D/F option for a class in your major field ONLY:
if it will NOT be used to fulfill a major requirement; and
if it exceeds the number of points required for the major; and
with the specific approval of the Department Chair.
A Pass/D/Fail request must be filed for each course taken P/D/F.
A course that appears on your program in two parts (e.g. lecture and lab) requires a separate P/D/F request for each part.
A two-semester course requires a separate P/D/F request for each semester.
A request for P/D/F must be filed by the deadline.
A P/D/F request is irreversible after the deadline.
You may not request P/D/F retroactively.
Your instructor will not be informed that you have elected the Pass/D/Fail option.
Your instructor will assign you a letter grade, which will be converted to P/D/F.
A letter grade of A+ through C- will appear on your transcript as a P.
A letter grade of D will appear on your transcript as a D.
A letter grade of F will appear on your transcript as an F.
While a grade of P is not included in your grade point average, grades of F and D are included.
Information on the letter grade assigned to a course taken Pass/D/Fail will not be released.
Office of the Registrar
New York, NY 10027-6598
Office: 107 Milbank Hall
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Monday-Thursday, 9am to 5pm
Friday, 9:30am to 5pm