An undergraduate in good academic standing with at least 30 credit hours earned may take one course per term on an S/U basis for a total of four courses. Any course, except those in the student's major field or specified as required by course number or title, may be taken on an S/U basis. A student on probation is not eligible to take courses on an S/U basis during the term of probation. The S grade is defined as being a C or better. Neither the S nor the U will have any bearing on the student's term average or cumulative grade point average.
To select the S/U option, students must submit a change of grading status form to All-in-1, MC 116. The last day to choose to take a course on an S/U basis is the last day to add without permission for the term/session in which the course is offered. See the academic calendar for last day to add without permission.