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The Office of the Registrar is foremost committed to the service of faculty and students through registration, scheduling, record keeping and reporting as well as supporting the deans and other administrative offices in their service. The office ascertains the adherence to academic policy by: maintaining academic integrity, safeguarding the security of academic records and effectively offers accessible academic service to all alumni, prospective and current students. It also supports administration in the formulation of academic policy being the key office to supply the necessary reports and analysis required for this task. It further seeks to exhibit through action, a commitment to creating a sense of community on campus.

The following system of grades and accompanying quality points is employed for credit courses:
 

GRADES
Marks
QUALITY POINTS

A+

  90 -100%
4.00

A--

85 - 89%
3.75

A--

80 - 84%
3.50

B+

75 - 79%
3.25

B--

70 - 74%
3.00

B--

65 - 69%
2.75

C+

60 - 64%
2.50

C--

55 - 59%
2.25

C--

50 - 54%
2.00

D-

40 - 49%
1.00

F-

0 - 34%
0.00
R
REFERRAL
(student has failed one component of the course)
XM
EXEMPTED
(assessed as having passed an equivalent course before)
XR
EXEMPTED
(repeated programme, has successfully completed course before)
AP
ABSENT WITH APPROVAL
AW
ABSENT WITHOUT APPROVAL
AU
AUDIT
W
WITHDRAWAL
NG
NO GRADE
(course not examined at the end of semester)

Grade Point Average

The Grade Point Average (GPA) is determined by multiplying the credit hours (credits attempted) of each course by the grade points corresponding to the semester grade for the course. The total of all such points for the period is then divided by the total number of credit hours for that period. This average is computed only on credit courses.

Example:

SubjectGradeCredit Hours
(Credits Received)
Grade PointQuality Points
(Credit hrs. x Grade Point)
MAT

A-

4
3.5
14.0
HIS

B

4
3.0
12.0
ENG

C-

3
2.0
6.0
SCI

A-

3
3.5
10.5
PSY

B

3
3.0
9.0

 
Totals:
17
15.5
51.5
Semester GPA: 3.029    (51.5/17)


In the Associate, Diploma, and Certificate programmes, the quality of student performance or level of distinction is based on the grade point average for credit courses. In general, the following descriptors for grades are used:

GRADES   
GRADE POINTS

A+

Excellent work   
4.00

A

 
3.75

A-


 
3.50

B+

Good work  
3.25

B

 
3.00

B-

 
2.75

C+

Satisfactory work  
2.50

C

 
2.25

C-


 
2.00

D**

Poor work but passing
1.00

F

Unsatisfactory work
0.00

** Please note that a 'D' grade might not be regarded as a passing grade for some courses and/or programmes.

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