Alternate grade options extended to Spring and Summer Term

The grade option flexibility available to Brock students has been extended to Spring and Summer Term courses.

On Wednesday, May 26, Brock University Senate approved the extension of grade options. This provision was extended to support ongoing student success and to recognize the challenges students continue to face during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The grading options allow undergraduate students to choose how grades are presented on transcripts. Students may apply for a maximum of 5.0 credits to be used as credit/no credit options for Honours, four-year with Major and Pass degree programs. Students enrolled in certificate programs may apply the grade options to a maximum of 1.0 credit.

The grade options request form for Spring and Summer Term courses is not yet available; it will be released in the next few weeks and will be available on the Office of the Registrar website.

For more information on grade options provisions, review the student FAQ on the Office of the Registrar website here.

Students are encouraged to contact an Academic Advisor with questions about application of grade options.

There are many other resources for students to support success in this remote learning environment. These include academic and exam supports, resources to support health and well-being, and social supports. Please visit the A-Z Learning and Student Health Services websites for more information.

Students are also reminded that full year and Winter Term grade option forms are due to Records by Friday, June 4 at 11:59 p.m. The form can be found here and emailed to

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