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Grading Policy

The grading system of The Graduate School at Binghamton University applies to all graduate-level courses. 

Grades are on a letter scale:

  • A through C– are passing grades
  • D and F are failing grades
  • Grades of S (satisfactory) and U (unsatisfactory) may be used in a limited number of cases for which no greater precision in grading is required

Grade values are combined with course credit hours to produce a grade-point average. A cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 is required for graduation. 

Please refer to "Academic Policies and Procedures for Graduate Students" in the University Bulletin for complete grading information.

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Last Updated: 11/4/11