The Academic Registry is responsible for providing a wide range of academic administration services to students, staff and lecturers. We work collectively and collaboratively with all academic and administrative offices to provide integrated services to the SU community. In delivering the duties, the Academic Registry is under supervision of the Head of Academic Operations.
ABOUT ACADEMIC REGISTRY
GRADING SCALES AND POLICIES
Each faculty member shall keep a record of grades for each class for four major terms from the initial grading period. Final grades for each term are recorded and archived in College Records. Grade point averages (GPA) for graduation and honors are calculated only on college level academic work which includes all work attempted by the student at all colleges he/she has attended. The final grades are used to calculate the grade point average.
|Grades||Scoring Criteria||Description||Grade Points|
|F||59 or below||Fail||0|
An “I” grade (Incomplete or Hold) may, at the discretion of the Faculty, be given in courses for a student who has a reasonable chance of successfully completing the course. The student who has not completed the required course work by the end of the term may be required to provide documentation for extenuating circumstances. The student should make arrangements to have the “I” changed to a final grade by the instructor (by the agreed upon date) during the next full term (summer terms are not considered in this time limit). If no change is initiated during the next full term, the “I”will automatically become an “F” on the student’s permanent record. If the course work is completed, resulting in a passing grade, the student’s transcript will be amended and his/her final GPA re-calculated.
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LIST OF ALL COURSE
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GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (AY 2020-2021)
Students at Sampoerna University (SU) benefit from a multifaceted and multidisciplinary education framework that includes cross- and interdisciplinary content. Communications, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics are among the General Education course requirements. Click here for a list of General Education Courses (AY 2020-2021).