12.0 GRADE REPORTS and OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
The Office of the Registrar will establish and post to the Academic Calendar, midterm and final grade release dates that will indicate when grades will be available for students to review.
Students registered in postsecondary, postgraduate, and degree courses will normally receive a midterm grade, which in conjunction with discussions with their faculty member, is for the purposes of providing feedback on academic performance to date. Midterm grades are not considered part of the official cumulative program grade point average (CPGPA) and will not appear on the student’s official transcript. Courses graded SAT/UNSAT may not receive a midterm grade. Unless otherwise agreed upon, courses with a SAT/UNS evaluation method require midterm grades and will use the SAT/UNS notations.
At the end of each term, or upon completion of a program of study, all students registered in credit courses will receive a final grade. Final grades are not official until released to the student by the Office of the Registrar.
The Office of the Registrar will post midterm and final grades electronically through MyHumber at http://humber.ca/myhumber.
Official transcripts provide a record of all courses attempted by a student. The Office of the Registrar will record the student’s final course grades on the student’s official transcript. Transcripts are available for students upon request through the Office of the Registrar via MyHumber at http://humber.ca/myhumber. The official transcript details a student's permanent academic record at Humber and will carry the Humber seal and an authorized signature. Students with outstanding fees or fines will be required to pay their fees and/or fines in full prior to the release of official transcripts or credentials.
Full-time students with a Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) of 80% or greater in any given term will be recognized with the distinction of being on the Dean's Honours list.
Students registered with Accessible Learning Services who require official (part-time) accommodated course loads, and who earn a Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) of 80% or greater in any given term, are eligible to be recognized with the distinction of being on the Dean's Honours list.
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