See the University of Arizona Academic Policies, Grades and the Grading System for a listing of all possible grades.
If you are unable to complete a course within the prescribed time, you may request an incomplete from your professor. If the professor grants the incomplete, you must mutually agree to the conditions upon which you will complete the course, and in what time frame. The university has strict policies on the granting and term limits of incompletes (see University of Arizona Grading Policy Manual for details).
If you should receive an incomplete, complete the course later, and then need a written copy of your grade, you can contact the University of Arizona Office of Curriculum and Registration for a transcript.
All requests for Transcripts must be made to the UA Registrar's office. For more information on how to request a copy of your transcripts, including how to submit a request online please go to: http://www.registrar.arizona.edu/transcripts/default.htm.
If your course is online you may be asked to select a proctor for your exams. Most professors will post their policies and methods for handling exams on their web sites. If you have difficulty getting the information, contact our office.
Where applicable, students are asked to select a proctor to supervise examinations. The proctor may be one of several people, including company, academic or public librarians; managers; military officers; company human resource representatives and education coordinators; or personnel in formal testing sites. Please complete the proctor agreement form and remit it back to our office. When examinations must be supervised, the coordinator faxes, emails or mails a copy of the exam questions to the proctor. After the examination, proctors are asked to return the exam to the instructor or coordinator, who will log it and pass it on to the instructor.