For those chapters dealing with AB104 grade changes and how to handle these grades for CSF eligibility:
- If a student earns a ‘B’ in a course and converted the grade to ‘P’ but does not have enough points to qualify for CSF, then the student may let the adviser know that the original grade was a ‘B’ with verification and use the grade for CSF eligibility with adviser discretion.
- If a student earns a ‘C’ in a course and converted the grade to a to a ‘P’, then the student will not earn a CSF point and it will not change the outcome for the total points for CSF eligibility (same as before).
- If a student earns a ‘D’ in a course and converted the grade to a ‘P’, they will still qualify for CSF if they have enough points with their other grades (bonus for the student).
- If a student earns an ‘F’ in a course, this will not allow the student to qualify for CSF eligibility for the current semester (same as before).