The University of Missouri does not provide official grade reports via postal mail at the end of the semester. You can access your semester-based grades online by logging into myZou using your PawPrint and password.

Upon completion of a self-paced course, you can access your course grades online by logging into your online self-paced course. Please wait until your course grade has been reported to the MU registrar before requesting a transcript. We will not release final grades or award credit until all outstanding accounts are paid in full.

If you have a question regarding a grade you have received, please contact the instructor. If you need additional assistance, contact Mizzou Online Student Services.

Plus/Minus Grading System

A plus/minus A, B, C, D, F system of grading is generally used for undergraduate MU courses.

University of Missouri (MU) students who pay graduate fees will either be graded on the straight A, B, C, F scale, or the plus/minus scale. The grade D is not awarded to students who have paid graduate-level fees, and the grade F carries no credit.

For more information visit the undergraduate grading system on the Registrar's website or Graduate Studies grading policies for graduate courses.

Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

Some university courses may be taken (and some must be taken) on an S/U basis. A grade of S is reported for A, B, and C grades. A grade of U is reported for D and F grades. Requests for S/U grading should be made in writing. Students cannot change from one grading system to the other after the first assignment has been submitted or after the first 30 days of enrollment have elapsed, whichever comes first.

Graduate students may be graded satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) in graduate-level courses only when those courses are designated as "graded on S/U basis only" in the Schedule of Courses.

For more information visit the satisfactory and unsatisfactory policy on the Registrar's website for undergraduate courses or the Graduate Studies S/U grading policies for graduate courses.

Auditing a Course

If you audit a course by enrolling as a "hearer," you only submit assignments for grading; you do not take exams. Your status as hearer must be indicated before the first assignment has been submitted or before the first 30 days of enrollment have elapsed, whichever comes first. Your enrollment in the course is indicated on your record by an "H" and carries no credit. There is no reduction in fees.

For more information visit the auditing a course policy on the Registrar's website.