The designations A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D-, F, HP, LP, P, NP are employed to indicate the quality of student work. "A" indicates excellent work; "B" indicates above-average work; "C" indicates average work; "D" indicates below-average work; "F" indicates failure; the symbols "+" and "-" indicate intermediate levels; "HP" indicates High Pass; "LP" indicates Low Pass; "P" indicates Pass; "NP" indicates No Pass. The designations "HP", "LP", "P" and "NP" are used only in grading some internship and clinical area programs. Notations that may be assigned by the Office of the Dean of the College are: I, W, and WF. "I" indicates incomplete work because of illness or other serious reason reported to and accepted by the Director of Summer School; "W" indicates withdrawal from a course with permission of the Director of Summer School; "WF" indicates the withdrawal from a course at a time when the student's work is below passing quality.
Nursing students should refer to the "Nursing Class Standing and Grading Procedure" in the Nursing section of this catalogue. "P" and "NP" are used only in grading some internship and clinical area programs.
Incomplete work must be made up by November 4, 2016.
Any other inquiries may be submitted via telephone to (603) 641-7400 or mailed to:
Summer School Office, Box #1732
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102-1310