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The College will reopen Monday, November 27, 2017

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College Catalog: Grading and Academic Standing: Grading System

Students of Paul D. Camp Community College can expect diversity in approaches to grading from one instructor to another, reflecting both the demands of different disciplines and varying philosophies of teaching. Although this college does not maintain a standardized grading scale, each instructor must provide the student with a course syllabus, which explains how the student’s work is to be assessed for a particular course. The grades of A, B, C, D, P, and S are passing grades. Grades of F and U are failing grades. R and I are interim grades. Grades of W, S, and X are final grades carrying no credit towards graduation. The quality of performance in any academic course is reported by letter grade, the assignment of which is the responsibility of the instructor. These grades denote the character of study and are assigned quality points as follows:

A — Excellent 4 grade points per credit
B — Good 3 grade points per credit
C — Average 2 grade points per credit
D — Poor 1 grade point per credit
F — Failure 0 grade point per credit
I — Incomplete No grade point credit