How do I check my final grades FSU?

How do I check my final grades FSU?

Log on to with your FSUID and password. On your Staff & Faculty portal page under the myFSU Links area, click the SC icon. Navigate to Main Menu>Records and Enrollment>Student Term Information>Student Grades.

Does FSU offer grade forgiveness?

Both the original grade and the subsequent attempt(s) will be used in your GPA calculation as FSU does not offer grade forgiveness.

What is a passing grade at FSU?

If you choose to receive a letter-grade, a ‘D-‘ grade or better earns credit and is considered passing. If you choose the S/U grade option for all your courses this spring, your GPA will not change after grades post. Your cumulative GPA after Fall 2019 will be considered for all financial aid determinations.

Can you check your grades in college?

While a college student, you are protected by a law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). In essence: FERPA prevents your parents from seeing your grades unless you grant the institution permission to do so.

Can I retake a class at FSU?

Current students will have one academic year to repeat a course normally eligible for application of the Forgiveness Policy with the option to petition their Academic Dean, after the 7th week of the semester in which the course is being repeated, to drop the first attempt reflecting a WD grade.

What is a 2.0 GPA in percentage?


Letter Percentage 4.0 GPA
B- 70 – 72 2.7
C+ 67 – 69 2.3
C 63 – 66 2
C- 60 – 62 1.7

What happens if you get below 2.0 GPA?

When a student’s cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below 2.0, they are considered to be in academic difficulty. This can lead to academic warning, probation, or dismissal.

How do you know your final grades in college?

Computing your final grade consists of finding your average in each category, then multiplying it by the percentage of the class it’s worth and adding all the adjusted categories together.

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