UC Berkeley College of Engineering last to announce changes to fall grading policy

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The College of Engineering is the only undergraduate college at UC Berkeley that has not yet determined whether a pass/no pass, or P/NP, grading option will be allowed for the 2020 fall semester. According to ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President Nicole Anyanwu, more than 1,800 students are in favor of a P/NP policy.

After UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, or CED, announced a pass/no pass, or P/NP, grading alternative for the 2020 fall semester Saturday, UC Berkeley College of Engineering, or COE, is now the only campus undergraduate college that has yet to determine whether or not a P/NP policy will be adopted in light of the pandemic.
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