Pass/No Pass Policies
Any elective course (but no required course) may be taken on a pass/no pass basis unless the instructor, before the beginning of the semester in which the course is offered, denies students this option. A student who elects to take a course or courses pass/no pass must (l) also meet for the semester the requirements for graded class work in Paragraph 11 of the Law School Catalog (Juris Doctor-Degree Requirements) and (2) file in the Law Records Office a written election to take the course or courses on a pass/no pass basis no later than three weeks after the beginning of the semester. When a pass/no pass election has been filed, it cannot be withdrawn.
A grade of C or higher shall be recorded as P (Pass). A grade of C- or lower shall be recorded as NP (Not Passing) unless the student promptly files in the Law Records Office an election to accept the letter grade. Neither a grade of P nor a grade of NP shall affect the student's cumulative average. Any semester hours for which a grade of NP is recorded shall not be included in the total semester hours the student has completed toward the minimum required for a degree. If a student who has received a grade of C- or lower elects to accept the letter grade, it shall be treated as a grade in a graded course for all purposes.
Pass/No Pass form
Deadline for submitting pass/no pass slips is February 1, 2013.
Instructors who have denied students this option for
Spring Semester 2013 are:
Abortion Controversy Seminar - Professor Calhoun
Family Law - Professor Wilson
Publicly Held Businesses - Professor Millon
Remedies - Professor Rendleman
Clinics, Externships and Most Practicums