You can access your grades online by logging into myZou using your Username (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.

We recommend waiting until your course grade has been reported to the MU registrar before requesting a transcript. Any student who owes a balance to the University of Missouri — Columbia will be unable to receive a copy of a transcript or diploma until that balance is paid in full and will have a financial hold assigned to prevent a transcript/diploma from being issued. 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

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. Degree seeking students should contact their academic unit and non-degree seeking students should contact the University Registrar.

S/U Grading Option must be indicated before the first assignment has been submitted or before the deadline for the specific course type mentioned below, whichever comes first.

Course type Days from course start date to change grading option
6 month self-paced 15 business days
16 week self-paced or semester based 10 business days
8 week self-paced or semester based 5 business days
4 week semester based 3 business days

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

You may audit a course by enrolling as a "hearer." As a hearer, you will have access to all lessons, exams, and course material. Your enrollment in the course is indicated on your record by an "H." An audited course carries no credit and will not count toward verification of enrollment status. There is no reduction in fees.

Your status as hearer must be indicated before the first assignment has been submitted or before the deadline for the specific course type mentioned below, whichever comes first.

Course type Days from course start date to change grading option
6 month self-paced 15 business days
16 week self-paced or semester based 10 business days
8 week self-paced or semester based 5 business days
4 week semester based 3 business days

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