The window to elect the disruption grading option will begin on May 8, 2021 and will conclude on May 21, 2021, giving you the benefit of seeing the official grade in your Student Center before you decide. Once final grades are posted to your Student Center, all eligible students can follow the step-by-step guide to convert their grades to SD/UD. Please consult with your advisor or a CALS Dean on Call if you have questions about whether or not you should convert to SD/UD.
Details on the special grading option for spring 2021 are available on the Office of the Registrar website.
The option applies to all students enrolled in courses that award A-F grades, with the exception of Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Law School students enrolled in courses in those programs.
After receiving final grades, eligible students may choose to convert their letter grade in any course to either: SD (Satisfactory-Disruption) or UD (University Disruption-No Credit).
The SD grade will count for all University General Education, degree/major, certificate, and PhD minor requirements and will satisfy future course prerequisites. The UD will not count for any credit. Neither of the new grades will be included in GPA calculations.
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