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  • Fu Jen Catholic University Regulations for Assessment of Student Performance and Calculation of Credits Passed upon Amendment at the Academic Affairs Council Fall Semester, 2012 Article 1: These regulations are formulated in accordance with Article 21 of the University Academic Policies regarding student performance. Article 2: Student performance shall be assessed every semester. Clinical internship required of Medical School students in the seventh year of their study may be evaluated at the end of that academic year. Article 3: Student performance may be evaluated in terms of grade points, letter grades, or percentages. In the following is the conversion chart between these three measures: Grade point 4 3 2 1 0 Notes Letter Grade A B C D E If the GPA is computed by using a weighted average, it is obtained multiplying the grade points by course credits. Percentage Above 80 70~ 79 60~ 69 50~ 59 Below 49 Article 4: Student performance consists of academic performance and conduct. Both passing grades and failing grades count toward a student's semester average grade, which does not include grades and credits earned for summer courses. Credits earned for summer courses will count toward the accumulative credits in the student's final semester at the University. The student's conduct will be evaluated and graded every semester. When a student has a failing grade for conduct, he or she will be expelled from the University. Article 5: Assessment of student performance consists of the following: I. Class-related grades (from pop quizzes, midterms, attendance to class lectures, class notes, reading journals, reports on field trips, class drills, and so on). II. Final examination (or graduation examination) grades. Article 6: The final course grade is usually computed by averaging the class-related grades and the final examination grades (or graduation exam grades), and is presented as an integer. When the instructor has different rules for grading, however, they should be followed and announced to students in writing at the class meeting when a new semester begins. When a student is granted a personal leave, a sick leave, or a maternity leave due to pregnancy, delivery, or parenting (children under three years of age), there will not be any points deducted from their grades. The instructor should keep students' class-related grades, final exam grades, and final course grades for further reference until students graduate. The grade sheets submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs by the instructor will be kept for seven years for the undergraduates in the two-year programs, nine years for the undergraduates in the four-year programs, six years for the master's students, and nine years for the Ph. D. students. Article 7: The instructor should submit students' semester grades by the following deadlines: 1. For fall semester, the deadline is within ten days after the end of the final exams. 2. For spring semester, it is within two weeks after the end of final exams. For the graduating classes, the grades should be submitted no later than the day before commencement. Holidays are included when these deadlines are computed. When grades are not submitted before the deadlines, the Office of Academic Affairs will send the department chair or program director and the college dean an official notice for their judgment. Article 8: The semester grades of the courses that are evaluated in letter grades will still be calculated on a percentage basis. The Office of the Academic Affairs will then convert them into letter grades by referring to the conversion chart mentioned above. Credits for those courses that are evaluated on a Pass/Not Pass basis will not be included in the calculation of students' semester grades. Article 9: When a student has any doubt about his or her semester grades, he or she should make inquiry to the Registrar. When the grades kept at the Registrar match those that the instructor has submitted, the student then can contact the instructor directly before school begins. Article 10: When a student requests and is granted an exam leave from a final exam (or a graduation exam), his or her grade will be evaluated as follows: If the student is absent from the makeup exam, he or she will get a grade of zero. 2. A student may have been granted a personal leave, a sick leave, or a maternity leave due to pregnancy, delivery, or parenting (children under three years of age). In relation to these leaves, there may happen to be accidents that require the student to request an extended personal leave, sick leave or leave due to the passing of a spouse or a relative within the second degree of kinship. When a student requests a makeup exam under those special circumstances, the grade he or she actually earns for the makeup exam will be counted. Makeup exams granted for all other reasons will be automatically graded as 60 when the actually grades are above 60, and then calculated with the student's class-related grades. Article 11: When a student is absent from a midterm, a pop quiz, or a final exam (or a graduation exam), he or she will get a grade of zero for that test. Article 12: When a student's absences exceed 1/3 of total class hours in a course during the semester (after converting hours for unexcused absences to hours for excused absences), the student will be banned from taking examination. If the instructor has different rules for banning students from taking exams, students should follow these rules. The instructor should state his or her rules clearly in the syllabus or notify students of the rules at a class meeting in writing before the end of the Add/Drop period. When a student is granted a personal leave, a sick leave, or a maternity leave due to pregnancy, delivery, or parenting (children under three years of age), thus making his or her absences exceed 1/3 of total class hours in a course during the semester or reach the limited hours of absence as the instructor rules otherwise, the student may request a makeup exam or take some other makeup measures based on the need of the course, with the instructor's permission. The grade the student actually earns for the makeup exam will be counted, that is, with no deduction. When a student is banned from an exam with a public notice, the student cannot take the final exam of the course, and the semester grade of the course will be zero. Before the final exams, if a student has accumulated a number of bans from exams so that he or she would be expelled from the University, the student cannot apply for a leave of absence. The regulation for ban from taking exams mentioned above will not apply to the student who is granted an official leave. Article 13: Records of student performance kept by the Office of Academic Affairs will be based on the student course list. That is, when a course is not listed there, even if the student is given a grade, the grade will not count. When a course is listed there but no grade is given, the student then gets a grade of zero, which will count toward the student's semester average grade. Article 14: Students' semester average grade, degree qualifying exam grade, and graduation grade will all display two digits to the right of the decimal point and are truncated, not rounded. Article 15: For the course that students have a failing semester grade, no credits will be granted. For a yearlong course, when students have a passing grade in only one semester, the credits for the course will neither be acknowledged nor will they count toward the credits required for graduation. Article 16: When students have a passing grade for a course, that course cannot be repeated; if repeated, the extra credits will not count toward the credits required for graduation. Article 17: After the Office of Academic Affairs grants a student the exam leave he or she requests, if the student still takes the exam without cancelling the leave in advance, the exam grade will not be acknowledged. Article 18: When a student violates any exam regulations, his or her grade will be handled in accordance with the University Examination Regulations. Article 19: A student's class rank for a semester is decided by his or her semester average grade. A student's rank at graduation is decided by his or her cumulative average grade throughout the college career, the grade being calculated until the end of the time limit for degree completion in accordance with the University Academic Policies. Article 20: If at the end of the first week after a new semester begins, the instructor cannot submit a student's grade from the previous semester due to some personal reasons of the student's own, the Registrar will put a zero for the grade. If the student thus risks expulsion from the University due to the lack of the grade, he or she can then request for deferral of registration. Article 21: Each individual graduate program designs its courses that are required of the master's or doctoral students. The recording and evaluation of student performance in these courses will be based on the courses listed on the program's course schedule (including undergraduate courses that the graduate students are required to make up for their coursework). When a graduate student intends to register for a course in an undergraduate program, he or she should first make a request, which then has to be approved by the home program director and also by the chair of the department that offers the course. The course grade and credits earned will be recorded but not calculated into the student's semester grade. Article 22: Issues that are not covered in these regulations will be examined and handled in accordance with the University Academic Policies and other related rules and regulations. Article 23: These regulations were passed at the Academic Affairs Council and then implemented. The same procedure will be followed for each amendment.
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