Grades

Quarterly Honor Roll

Students who achieve quarterly grade point averages of 3.60 and above in at least 10 traditionally graded credit hours are recognized at Everett Community College as follows: Students who earn a 4.0 grade point average are placed on the President’s List. Students who earn a 3.60 to 3.99 grade point average are placed on the Dean’s List.

Grade Point Value

In relation to the standards set for the class:
A 4.0 High Degree of Excellence
A- 3.7  
B+ 3.3 Better than Average Achievement
B 3.0  
B- 2.7  
C+ 2.3 Average Achievement
C 2.0  
C- 1.7  
D+ 1.3 Low Standard of Achievement
D 1.0  
F 0.0 Failure to complete minimum requirements
     

 Non-Traditional Grades

The following non-traditional grades have no credit value.
N Audit
Y In Progress
I Incomplete
W Withdrawal
S Satisfactory
U Unsatisfactory
V Instructor Withdrawal
V1 Administrative Withdrawal

Non-Traditional Grades may be evaluated differently by other colleges and universities. Non-Traditional Grade Explanations

 Graduation with Distinction

Students who have met specific degree requirements will be graduated with distinction if their cumulative grade point average is:

  • 4.00: President's Distinction
  • 3.60 to 3.99: High Distinction
  • 3.20 to 3.59: Distinction

Grade Change

Concerned about a grade? A grade appeal must first be made to the instructor. In some cases, contacting the Division Dean is helpful. Requests for reconsideration of a grade must be made by the end of the quarter following the quarter in which the grade was given. The deadline for requesting and submitting a grade change is the end of the quarter following the quarter in which the grade was given. In the case of a Spring class grade, the deadline is the end of the following Fall Quarter. In most circumstances the student should direct his/her initial concern to the instructor. Questions may also be directed to the Dean of the Division.