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  • Grade Forgiveness Policy

    Beginning in Fall 2019, undergraduate students (including Continuing Education students) may retake University of Delaware courses and have the lowest of the repeated course grades excluded from the GPA. Eligible courses are those taken through the academic term during which a student attains a total of 28 credits attempted at UD, and in which a student earned a C- or lower.

    Students will be able to access the Grade Forgiveness Webform on December 5th, provided their Fall 2019 repeated attempt has been graded. For information about the policy and eligibility requirements, please visit our Grade Forgiveness FAQs.  The form will be accessible from UDSIS and Webforms. You may wish to discuss your plans to request Grade Forgiveness with your advisor prior to submitting the Webform.

    Winter 2020 Graduates - Important Grades/Diploma information

    Please Note: Having a declared expected graduation term does not confirm completion of degree requirements. The Office of Graduate Studies confirms the completion of degree requirements for graduate students and the individual colleges confirm the completion of degree requirements for undergraduate students. Students who are verified for the completion of degree requirements for the upcoming term should be aware of the following timeline and dates within the degree clearance process: (More info)

          Grades Print on Official Transcript – February 14, 2020
          Degrees Print on Official Transcript – February 24, 2020
          Diplomas Ordered February 24, 2020 - Typically arrive within 4 weeks


  • Cross-lists and Dual listed Courses and Canvas Setup

    A single course can be cross-listed, dual-listed and have honors/non-honors combined sections. Any course section that is combined in UDSIS can be combined in Canvas. If a section is not combined in UDSIS, it cannot be combined in Canvas due to FERPA regulations. It is not permissible for students to be identified to other students through combining of courses in Canvas that are not combined in UDSIS.

    You can review the Course Offering Rules here.

    A cross-listed course is a single course that is offered for registration under two or more subject areas (e.g. CISC481/CGSC481). Each of the cross-listed sections must have the same title, description, grade type, prerequisites, co-requisites and credit hours. In most cases, the course is identical for everyone participating. The course is taught as one course (same meeting place, time and instructor) despite students being enrolled under multiple subjects.

    A dual-listed course is a single course that is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Undergraduate courses are numbered at the 400 level; graduate at the 600 level (e.g. CISC481/CISC681). The courses are the same except that students enrolled in the graduate level course have additional assignments, assessments and activities.

    Combined sections: Honors sections are sometimes offered with a non-honors section. The two sections of the course are the same except that students enrolled in the honors section have additional assignments.