Montclair State University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Willard Gingerich announced a flexible grading policy Monday to offer the maximum opportunity for success.
Undergraduates will have the option to choose between receiving traditional letter grades or taking classes as PASS/FAIL, with the exception of a very few courses in accredited programs. Students will have until Monday, May 4, 2020 to choose.
Students were informed that many faculty members have revised their syllabi and grading rubrics, understanding that this semester is not a typical one for anyone.
“We hope that these changes will help students successfully complete this semester and alleviate some of the uncertainty brought on by this unprecedented moment in our history,” says Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Willard Gingerich.