For students entering Penn State Law (University Park) in and after Fall 2015
Students may elect to take a course Pass-Fail during the first three weeks of the semester. The following rules apply to Pass-Fail courses:
Students may not elect to take Professional Responsibility or seminars Pass-Fail. Experiential Credit courses may be taken Pass-Fail (if designated by the professor) except for courses that are graded on a credit/no-credit basis.
- A student may take only one course Pass-Fail during their entire J.D. program.
- A student who receives a grade below C+ in a Pass-Fail course will have the letter grade actually earned entered on the transcript and used for all purposes. A student who earns a grade of C+ or higher will have a "P" entered on the transcript; the course is then ignored in the computation of grade point averages; the actual letter grade is not provided to the student.
- Review the Co-Curricular Credit Rules for additional information regarding courses taken under the pass/fail option.
- Only courses designated "Pass-Fail eligible" by the professor in the registration materials may be elected Pass-Fail.