Information regarding grades/marks is published in the Academic Regulations section of the Undergraduate Catalog of Studies.
Grade Exclusion Policy
Under the Grade Exclusion Policy, undergraduate students may improve their University of Arkansas (UA) undergraduate cumulative grade-point average (GPA) by requesting that the university exclude up to 9 credit hours in courses taken at the UA in which a grade of “D” or “F” was received. Click here for the full policy and for the link to the Grade Exclusion request form.
Campus Council policy (1978) provides that instructors for on-campus courses are to report final grades as soon as possible and no later than two working days following the end of the final exam period.
2020 Spring/Summer Grading Option Request Process
Click here for information on how to request a P (Passing) or NC (No Credit) grade per the university’s grading policy changes for the 2020 spring and summer terms due to the disruption caused by COVID-19.
Early Progress/Midterm Grades
The Campus Council has gone on record as "affirming the fundamental responsibility of instructors to inform students of their progress in courses as accurately and completely as possible." In meeting this responsibility, early progress/midterm grades are entered into the student information system by instructors during the sixth through the eighth week of class during the fall and spring terms for students in 1000- and 2000-level full-term courses. Instructors in upper-level and graduate classes may also enter midterm grades at their discretion. Early progress grade reports are available to students as soon as they are submitted. Reports are made available in the ninth week to the deans' offices for advising.
For more information on entering and changing grades, refer to the following documentation:
UAConnect information, including training documentation, can be found at the UAConnect homepage.