8. Grades and Examinations (1968)
8.1 Grading Policy
Around 1968 all subjects offered by the College are graded or designated as follows:
1. Final Grades
|Consistently Outstanding Achievement||75% - 100%||A||4|
|Consistently Above Average Achievement||66% - 74%||B||3|
|Acceptable or Average Achievement||56% - 65%||C||2|
|Below Average Achievement||50% - 55%||D||1|
|Unacceptable Achievement or Failure in Subject||0% - 49%||F||0|
Graduation Grade Point Average
The graduation grade point average shall be calculated on the basis of the grades earned in each semester subject.
A student must obtain a minimum grade point average of 1.7 to graduate with a Seneca College Diploma.
Students who obtain a grade point average between 3 and 3.49 shall be designated "Graduated with Honours". Students who obtain a grade point average of 3.5 or greater shall be designated "Graduated with High Honours".