Pass/Fail

SU president collaborates with student governments across the nation to advocate for accommodations in graduate school admissions process

With many students’ lives disrupted or completely upended by the COVID-19 crisis, many have taken advantage of the University’s recently-expanded pass/fail policies.

Noah Slaughter | Staff Reporter

Students urge academic departments to implement opt-in pass-fail policy to ease financial and academic burdens of online learning

Students put together an online petition last week calling on all academic departments of Washington University to allow students, both undergraduate and graduate, to opt into any class pass-fail with few restrictions and to count those courses toward major, minor and graduation requirements, or for students to choose to keep a letter grade.

Noah Slaughter | Staff Reporter

Op-Ed: Let WashU Students Count P/F Classes Towards Major/Graduation Requirements

By signing this petition, let Wash. U. administration hear your voice and help advocate for your fellow Wash. U. peers who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ashlee Chung, Rory Vu Mather and Sophie Scott | Class of 2020, Master’s Candidate and Class of 2021

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