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PDFWAC 172-90-200

Failing grade.

A sanction of a failing course grade is recorded on the transcript as an "XF" and indicates a failure of the course due to violation of academic integrity standards. An XF is counted as a 0.0 for purposes of grade point average calculation.
(1) To petition to have an XF grade changed to an "F" (0.0), a student must submit a written request to the AVP. Requests will generally not be considered unless the following conditions are met:
(a) At least one year has passed since the XF grade was entered;
(b) The student has had no other violations of academic integrity standards since the XF;
(c) The student has successfully completed a university sponsored noncredit seminar on academic integrity; or, for a person no longer enrolled at the university, an equivalent educational activity as determined by the AIB; and
(d) The student has not had any other XF grades converted while attending the university.
(2) The AVP will review the case and may consult with the referring instructor or academic unit head who originally reported the violation(s). If the AVP denies the request, the student may submit a new request one year later.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12) and 42.56.070. WSR 19-07-045, § 172-90-200, filed 3/14/19, effective 4/14/19. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.35.120(12). WSR 17-11-052, § 172-90-200, filed 5/15/17, effective 6/15/17; WSR 14-20-082, § 172-90-200, filed 9/29/14, effective 10/30/14.]
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