Published: Dec. 17, 2019 By

Degree audits now indicate which enrolled courses the student has requested grade replacement for and, after grades have posted, which prior attempts are now excluded from the student's GPA.

Grade Replacement Requested

The >G symbol indicates a course the student is currently taking for grade replacement. The degree audit legend defines >G as "Grade replacement requested on course."

A screenshot of a student's degree audit that shows the >G symbol next to a course the student is retaking for grade replacement.

Grade Replacement Complete (updated 1/7/2020)

Once grades have posted for the student's current attempt and the Campus Solutions repeat-checking process has run:

  • An >E symbol is added to the most recent prior attempt, which is no longer counted in the student's GPA. The degree audit legend defines >E as "Grade replacement, not in GPA."

A screenshot of a student's degree audit that shows the >E symbol next to a course that no longer applies toward the student's GPA.

  • The >G symbol is removed from the current attempt.

A screenshot of a student's degree audit that shows a B grade and no symbol next to the current attempt.