Bronx Community College grading policy is located under the Academic Rules and Regulation section of the College Bulletin. Faculty members can find more detail information on the college grading policy.

Grading System

Grade% EquivalentAchievement LevelQuality Point Weight
A+97 – 100Superior4.0
A93 – 96.9Excellent4.0
A-90 – 92.9–––3.7
B+87 – 89.9Above Average3.3
B83 – 86.9Good3.0
B-80 – 82.9–––2.7
C+77 – 79.9–––2.3
C73 – 76.9Average2.0
C-70 – 72.9Below Average1.7
D+67 – 69.9Below Average1.3
D63 – 66.9Below Average1.0
D-60 – 62.9Below Average0.7
F0 – 59.9Failure0.0
P**–––Passing Grade0.0

* Significant Progress made, but not ready for the next level. The grade of “R” may not be assigned more than once in a single course; only applicable to certain non-credit remedial courses.

** This is a passing grade but it carries no quality points. Even though the credits are counted toward graduation, they are not concluded in the computation of the scholastic index.

Explanation of Symbols on your Transcript
@No credit for Degree. (Remedial courses)
#F, WU, FIN or FAB Grade Policy. If a student retakes a course and receives a “C” or better, the “F” is removed from the calculation of the GPA.
*Courses removed due to statute of limitation
*Removed because course already taken and passed

Please Note: Grades of E, G, H, J, K, L and U are no longer awarded. The last term of issuance was Spring 1974

Administrative Grades
J or WOfficially withdrew from course. No Penalty.
H or WUWithdrew unofficially and/or Excessive Absence (counts as a failure).
NCGrade received prior to Fall 1996
G or WFWithdrew Failing or student was dropped for poor scholarship.
WAThe grade applied to students who are excluded from classes for reasons of non-compliance with immunization regulations.
U or AUDAudit. No credit
NCReceived at the end of Fall 1976 semester or after.
Official withdrawal from all courses. Leave of absence granted. No penalty
WNWithdrew unofficially and never attended
Temporary Grades
L or INCIncomplete. The student has failed to complete some work in the course, but upon such completion is expected to pass the course. If unresolved by the tenth week of classes following the semester for which the “INC/L” was received, it will convert to an “FIN” which is equivalent to an “F”.
ZAdministrative grade assigned temporarily when an instructor has been delayed in submitting the final grade.
EDoubtful. Becomes either “D” or “F” after examination or special audit.
PENTemporary grade awarded when the disposition of the final grade requires further evaluation and when the absent or incomplete grades are inappropriate. “PEN” is also used to facilitate the implementation of the Procedures for Imposition of Sanctions whereby colleges must hold a student’s grade in abeyance pending the outcome of the academic review process. The “PEN” grade will not lapse to FPN; final determination of a grade will depend on final evaluation by the instructor or the outcome of the college’s academic review process.
Grade Changes

The Change of Grade form is located in the Registrar’s Office, Colston Hall [CO], Room 513. To submit a change of grade, faculty members must complete the Change of Grade Form and return it to the Registrar’s Office, Colston Hall (CO), Room 513

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