Early Academic Assessment Grades
After consulting with faculty and advisors, the university changed the grading system for Early Academic Assessment in winter 2009, instructors must enter regular grades (C- through F, and U, etc.) in place of the old EAA grades (-H, -E, -L, -P, etc.) By issuing standardized grades, it is expected that students will have a better indicator of their progress in their coursework. The old EAA grading system is no longer available.
Grades assigned through the EAA grading process do not affect a student's GPA. It is merely an indication of how a student is performing at that point in the semester.
Students are notified when an EAA grade equivalent to a C- or lower has been posted to their record, and are advised to speak with you if they have any questions.