New Updates to Pass/Fail and More
There’s still time to make a decision on your status in a class! The deadline has been extended to Saturday, May 16 (withdraw), and Tuesday, May 26 (pass/fail), for Spring 2020. Please make sure you fill out the appropriate form.
Pace administration recognizes the challenges and stress this semester has presented for everyone. Therefore, they are extending the deadline for two important grading options during Spring 2020: withdrawal from courses and pass/fail grading. These options are intended to provide some measure of relief during this extraordinary semester.
As always, please be sure to consult with your instructors, academic advisor, and the Financial Aid Office to determine what choices are the most appropriate for you. Student-athletes must also consult with Claudia Stabile or Matt Anthony if they wish to choose a pass/fail grade. Please be aware that withdrawing from a course may result in financial aid changes.
Please note the following deadlines:
>> Withdrawal: You may request withdrawal from your class(es) until 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, May 16. This is the last day of the semester.
>> Selecting pass/fail: You may request a pass/fail option for your class(es) until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26. This is 10 days after the last day of the semester.
>> De-selecting pass/fail: You may rescind your pass/fail request (using the same form) until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26.
>> Students who have already requested pass/fail and wish to rescind that request may do so until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26.
>> Transcripts for this spring semester will be annotated with a statement about the COVID-19 pandemic.
We hope this provides you with an additional measure of reassurance about how best to wrap up Spring 2020, and that you have a strong finish to this semester.
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