Grading Information for Students
- Since the university no longer prints grade reports, students can order an official transcript.
- If grade verification is needed for employer reimbursement, or for any other reason, you can obtain a copy of your transcript. Visit the transcript section of our website for more information on how to obtain a transcript by mail.
- If you have any outstanding financial obligations to the University, you will not be able to view your grades or receive a copy of your transcript until payment arrangements are complete. Once your financial hold has been released, you will be able to access grades and transcript services.
Use the links below to view information for students on Grading Policies at UNC-Chapel Hill.
How to Check your Grades Online
How to Calculate your Grade Point Average
Each fall and spring semester, undergraduates who complete a full course load and earn outstanding grades are recognized by inclusion on the University’s Dean’s List. Each time a student is included on the list, his or her official record will note Dean’s List for that semester.
Dean’s List is compiled after each fall and spring semester; it is based on the student’s work in that semester only.
To be included, a student must have a 3.500 grade-point average with no grade lower than a C if enrolled in at least twelve hours of letter-grade credit, exclusive of physical education activities (PHYA) courses. The GPA used is based on the grades recorded at the time the Dean’s List is published. No changes are permitted to the Dean’s List after that date.
Students can verify their inclusion on the Dean’s List by following the directions on the Dean’s List web page.
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