THE UNIVERSITY’S POLICY ON THE SATISFACTORY/UNSATISFACTORY (S/U) GRADING OPTION FOR SPRING 20 CAN BE FOUND HERE.
IMPORTANT: Choosing the S/U grading option does not contribute to nor detract from your GPA. However, choosing the S/U option could affect your eligibility for or progress towards the completion of requirements such as those for financial aid, academic probation, course prerequisites, or acceptance into graduate/professional school. There may also be other considerations specific to your major. Additionally, please note that your choice to move to a S/U grading option may impact your status to maintain Honors and/or Dean’s List eligibility, as students must have at least 12 hours of graded work in a semester to maintain honors eligibility requirements.
See your department for any program-specific policies related to the S/U option. You are strongly encouraged to speak with your academic advisor as they are in the best position to help you make the choice to use the S/U option.
Dean’s List Requirements for Spring 2020 ONLY
Students completing 9 or more graded (A-F) hours during Spring 2020 with both a Term and Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above will be listed on the Dean’s List. Courses graded S/U or Hearer do NOT count toward the required 9 graded hours. Self-paced Courses must be completed by the end of the semester of enrollment to factor into the 9 graded (A-F) hours.
One of the outstanding features of the College of Human Environmental Sciences is its advisement program. It is designed to assist the student in building a graduation plan. In addition, the HES Office of Undergraduate Academic Programs and Student Success provides consultation on student problems and concerns.
An entering freshman has the first year to explore the various units in the College and the combinations of subject areas for positions in broad fields such as health and welfare, business, industry, art and design, government, and social service organizations, to name only a few.
All freshmen entering the College of Human Environmental Sciences enroll in an Introduction to Human Environmental Sciences course. This course emphasizes career decision making, provides an orientation to the campus and the College and brings into focus the role of Human Environmental Sciences in the improvement of the quality of life in the near environment.
Identifying sex-based violence and utilizing bystander intervention techniques.
Mizzou is committed to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students. The online program
provides introductory education and establishes expectations for our community. It also complies with the amendments to the Violence Against Women Act and the Clery Act, as well as recommendations from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights.
Citizenship, identity, and critical thinking on a diverse campus.
Visit Citizenship@Mizzou for information on training dates/times.
AlcoholEdu: Understanding alcohol and drinking.
This online training involves two parts.
Contact an Undergraduate Advisor