COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — All spring 2020 undergraduate and graduate courses will be graded as satisfactory/fail at the University of Maryland, College Park, unless the student elects otherwise.
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Due to COVID-19, all spring 2020 graduate courses will be graded satisfactory/fail unless the student elects otherwise. See full details: https://t.co/HFAxBzuAZO
— Univ. of Maryland (@UofMaryland) March 27, 2020
Students will have the opportunity to choose to receive an earned letter grade in each class and may make that choice until the last day of spring semester classes.READ MORE: Baltimore's Monument Lighting, In Its 50th Year, Returns Thursday
A new website is being created for this purpose, the University announced. Faculty will not know if a student has chosen to receive a letter grade.
There are no limits on satisfactory/fail credits for graduate students.MORE NEWS: Baltimore Fire Department's Train Garden Returns To Engine 45