42 votesAdminasuwgov (Admin, University of Wyoming) supported this idea ·
The ASUW Academics, Technology, and Sustainability Committee has been hard at work completing in depth research on this issue. Senator Josh Materi from the College of Arts & Science, the Chair of this Committee, has put together a Status Report which details this research. Please reference the Status Report from Senator Materi for the Committee’s recommendations regarding how to overhaul and/or improve the current plus/minus grading system here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxvHE7ovI2jQWVkxbTF0cG1SRWc/view?usp=sharing.
The ASUW Student Government will continue to look at how to best address this issue moving forward. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the ASUW Student Government at email@example.com. We will periodically update this issue with any progress made.
ASUW Director of Institutional Development Robert West
There is no exemption for the current plus/minus grading system even if you were a student before the fall 2014 semester. Individaul faculty members choose whether or not their courses follow the plus/minus grading system; therefore, it is impossible for the Office of the Registrar to have two different grading systems depending on the class standing of students.