The University ensures that students are issued grades in a timely fashion, in fair accurate manner, and in accord with establish standards
The IRU establishes letter grades in recognition of academic performance and at the end of each course, a letter grade will be given by the Course Instructor for the course according to the listed below scale, based on the student’s performance. The minimum passing grade for a course is a D-
Grade Point Average (GPA) and Cumulative Point average (CGPA)
A student’s grade-point average (GPA) is determined by dividing the number of grade points earned by the number of units attempted. The total grade points earned for a course equals the number of grade points assigned times the number of course units. For example, if a student takes three 3-credit courses and receives grades of A+, C+, and F, then the GPA for the semester equals the total grade points (4*3) + (2.5*3) + (0*3) = 19.5 divided by the total course units (9). The resulting GPA is 2.16.
Students must earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 in all coursework attempted at IRU to graduate from the university.
Students are encouraged to speak to their Course Instructors if they wish further clarification of their grades, and to go with further complaints regarding alleged unfair or improper grading at IRU by contacting the Office of Student Affairs & Services at student.services@IRU.university.
Students who are unable to reach a resolution with their Course Instructor may request a Grade Appeal form their personal Program Advisor.
Student recognition will be namely announced for students who maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5-4:00
two weeks after finishing the active semester