Guidance for Undergraduate Students in Selecting the Pass/Fail Option for Spring 2020 Classes
The events of the past several weeks have been unsettling for Florida Atlantic University students, their families and loved ones and, indeed, for the country as a whole. In the midst of this turmoil, many of you have had to adjust to remote learning for the first time, which has created anxiety and some uncertainty about your performance in your classes.
In response, FAU has modified its undergraduate grading policy for the Spring 2020 semester. Read more...
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