University Policy Regarding Computing of “D” or “F” in the GPA

(F Grade Policy) The City University of New York has mandated (September, 1990)

that undergraduate students receiving an earned academic grade of “D” or “F” who subsequently retake that course and receive a grade of “C” or better, will no longer have the initial grade computed into their cumulative GPA. However, the grade will remain on the transcript. The number of failing credits that are not calculated in the cumulative GPA shall be limited to sixteen (16) credits.



Statement of Understanding of Academic Status Form.

*Note: Students on academic warning will see a “Probation” notation on their unofficial transcript in CUNYFirst.