Find answers to common questions about grading at UCalgary. 

Flexible Grading Option

The university has introduced a new grading option for undergraduate students called credit granted (CG).

Additional information about grading

Hoping to learn more about how grading works at the University of Calgary? These frequently asked questions are a good place to start.

When do my grades become available?

Fall semester grades will be available by mid-January and winter semester grades will be available in May (typically 15 days after the term end date). Get detailed instructions.

What is the University of Calgary grading system?

The university uses a 4.0 grading scale. Details of the grading system can be viewed in the University Calendar.

How can I find out my grades without requesting a transcript?

Your statement of grades (courses and credits) is available in your Student Centre.

How do I appeal a grade?

If you have concerns about how you were graded on any course work you're encouraged to discuss this with your instructor as soon as possible and before initiating a formal reappraisal procedure. If you'd like to initiate a formal reappraisal of your final grade, please complete a Service Request, initiated in your Student Centre.  Select a Service Request Type of 'My Student Record', and Subtype of 'Request Reappraisal of Final Grade' to submit your request.  Be sure to include information in support of your request, including attachments, if necessary.

What is the deadline for requesting a grade reappraisal?

Requests must be received by these dates:

  • Fall Term – February 1
  • Winter Term – June 1
  • Spring/Summer Intersession – October 1

Related links

Students can view their official grades in their Student Centre.