Students can access their final grades in their PeopleSoft/HighPoint Campus Experience (CX), which can be accessed via myPitt. At the CX Dashboard, open the My Academics menu and select Grades. Follow this link for step-by-step instructions to view your Mid-term Grades.
If grade verification is needed for employer reimbursement, or any reason, obtain a copy of your official transcript by either by ordering a transcript or by stopping in G-3 Thackeray Hall.
If a current class appears on your transcript or through your Student Center, without a grade, this can be the result of two separate issues:
- The electronic Grade Roster has not been graded or posted, please check with your instructor for an approximate date of the grade posting.
- A late registration into the class, which has resulted in a grade not yet issued. Follow-up with your instructor until the grade appears.
Consult your Dean's Office for the proper procedure of repeating a class and for information on how this will affect your grades and the calculation of your Grade Point Average (GPA). When you repeat a class, you must officially enroll and pay for the class again. University Policy prohibits any student from attending a class without being officially enrolled for that class. A repeated course, has a notation appearing underneath the previous course taken designating that it is excluded from the GPA. The original course and grade will always remain on your record/transcript. University Guidelines for Repeated Courses.
Within the policy of the individual academic units, faculty may decide to offer a course under one of the following available course grade options:
LG - Letter Grade
H/S/U - Honors/Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
S/NC - Satisfactory/No Credit
LG and H/S/U - Letter Grade and Honors/Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
LG and S/NC - Letter Grade and Satisfactory/No Credit
H/HS/S/LS/U - Honors/High Satisfactory/Satisfactory/Low Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (School of Medicine only)
S/U - Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (School of Medicine only)
A student may choose any of the grading options available for the course offered. A student may audit any course with the permission of the instructor and the academic center offering the course.