Apr 22 • 2 min read

During this uncertain time, we are helping each other #CherryOn. The resilience of our faculty, staff, alumni and students has made us proud. As we approach the end of the spring semester, students have had many questions about how to navigate these challenging circumstances. The university provided a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the credit/non-credit option and financial issues. 

To provide more Fox-specific information about these new options, we created a few videos that will hopefully answer your most pressing questions.

Should I Do Credit/No Credit or Standard Letter Grade? Julian White, senior director of undergraduate advising, explains the impact of selecting a credit/no credit semester on a students GPA and when it is most beneficial to opt for a standard letter grade.

Credit/No Credit-Employer Reaction. Megan Panaccio, director of employer partnerships for the Center for Student Professional Development, explains how the credit/no credit grading option impacts employer-focused interactions and how COVID-19 is impacting the 2020 internship and job market for Fox students.

Other Common Credit/No Credit Questions. Chuck Allen, assistant dean of undergraduate programs, follows up on common questions the school has received in response to the university’s decision to enable a credit/no-credit option for the Spring 2020 semester.

Scholarship and Honors with Credit/No Credit. Lori Roseman, associate director of the Fox Honors Program, addresses two frequently asked questions regarding scholarships and honors designations.

FLDP Online. Kate Markowitz, director of undergraduate enrollment management, explains the updates to the Fox Leadership Development Program point system and where students can find opportunities for points.

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