Will we have the option to take classes for grades? I have a class that I need to have a C or greater in this semester. I’m graduating this semester so I don’t want to have to spend more money. And go to another semester just for this one class. I agree. Students should have a choice of whether they want a grade or not. Not universal. I really want a grade. And can handle online learning amidst theCoronavirus Class Of 2020 The One With The Pandemic Shirt. It discredits those that want to be judged by their merit. I want my GPA to increase this semester, not stay the same, that would be a waste in my case. I think that’s valid. This solution does not help everyone as it intends too. Instead of “”, provide a sturdy safety net.
It sounds as though you should contact the school you’re trying to get in to and explain to them the situation assuming that goes through, or ask preemptively to see if they’re willing to make exceptions due to extenuating circumstances. If they are unwilling to cooperate, then take it up with your professor. And see if they can still input a Coronavirus Class Of 2020 The One With The Pandemic Shirt. Although it would probably have to be done in such a way to not affect your GPA. As “Pass” grades don’t affect GPA as far as I know. I feel like schools are just going to have to accept pass/fail for classes taken during this period. It’s a global emergency and they need to chill on the gatekeeping box-checking bullshit.
But if we do the whole “everybody passes” thing, then yes, it’s an excuse to be lazy. Yeah, you should at least have to put in the work to pass or else most students will just not do anything all semester. And if you have difficulty with academic resources theCoronavirus Class Of 2020 The One With The Pandemic Shirt. They are still keeping university housing services open, which has WiFi and study rooms. Also, I think asking for all of our is a bit much. I am more than on board for getting some of the money back for services that have been explicitly taken away (most notably the arc/circle), but asking our professors who are still going to be teaching us via alternative means to do so for free is a little greedy IMO.