Transcript Legend

What's included on the Lakehead University Official Transcript: 

  • Program name and course information by academic session including: course subject, number, section, title, credit, grade, and 'replaced' flag when applicable.
  • Degree and credential information including: degree name, major(s), minor(s), first class standing, and date awarded.
  • Advanced standing credits (ADV) awarded based on work completed at a previous institution.
  • Transfer credits (TCR) awarded based on a Letter of Permission or an International Exchange.
  • Basis of Adjudication
  • Transcript Legend with abbreviations and grading schemes.

Note: An official transcript does NOT include: averages or mid-term marks.

 

Notes On Transcript: 

Questions may be directed to Enrolment Services - Academic Advising, Records and Registration. Calendar available at University website www.lakeheadu.ca  

(a) A weight of 1.00 normally consists of a twenty-four (24) week course of three (3) lecture hours per week. A weight of 0.50 normally consists of a twelve (12) week course of three (3) lecture hours per week. Please refer to the appropriate calendar(s) for specific course hour information.
(b) Research, special topics or reading courses may appear under the same course number more than once in certain programs. Where this has occurred different topics have been undertaken and credit has been granted for each passed course. Please refer to the departmental regulations in the calendar for complete information concerning these courses.

Explanation of Abbreviations

ADV

ADVANCED STANDING

INC

INCOMPLETE

AEG

AEGROTAT

IP

IN PROGRESS

CR

CREDIT

NMR

NO MARK RECORDED

CHL

CHALLENGE EXAMINATION

P

PASS

CV

CONVERSION

PLC

CREDIT FOR A PREVIOUS LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY COURSE

DEF

DEFERRED

REQ

REQUIRED COURSE

EX

EXEMPT

SPC

SPECIAL EXAMINATION

F

FAILED

SUP

SUPPLEMENTAL EXAMINATION

FA

FAILED ATTEMPT

TCR

TRANSFER CREDIT

FNW

FAILURE NO WITHDRAWAL

W

WITHDREW

I

INCOMPLETE

WWP

WITHDREW WITHOUT PERMISSION

 Graduation

Degrees and Diplomas are awarded twice a year: Spring and Fall 

Grading System

 

GRADUATE DEGREE

GRADUATE DIPLOMA

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE & DIPLOMA

GRADE

BEFORE
SEPT. 1973

AFTER
SEPT. 1973

BEFORE
SEPT. 1973

AFTER
SEPT. 1973

BEFORE
SEPT. 1973

AFTER
SEPT. 1973

A+

90 - 100

90 - 100

 -

90 - 100

A

75 - 100

80 - 89

75 - 100

80 - 89

75 - 100

80 - 89

B

66 - 74

70 - 79

66 - 74

70 - 79

66 - 74

70 - 79

C

60 - 65

60 -69

60 - 65

60 - 69

60 - 65

60 - 69

D

 -

-

50 - 59

50 - 59

50 - 59

50 - 59

E

 -

-

-

-

 -

40 - 49

F

0 - 59

0 - 59

0 - 49

0 - 49

0 - 49

0 - 39 


NOTE: After April, 1985, a mark of 0 denotes academic misconduct

Present Course Numbering System (Effective September 1974). Please refer to appropriate calendars for prior numbering information.

THE FIRST DIGIT INDICATES THE YEAR LEVEL:

THE THIRD DIGIT INDICATES THE COURSE WEIGHT:

 0 - course has no year level designation
(may be taken in any year of study)
1 - normally first year
2 - normally second year
3 - normally third year
4 - normally fourth year
5 - normally fifth year
6 - normally sixth year
7 - non-academic courses
8 - non-credit professional

Even numbers (0-8) indicate full credit.

 

Odd numbers (1-9) usually indicate half 
credit, but may also be quarter credit.

 

Gaduate level courses including but not 
limited to dissertation courses, thesis 
courses and practicum courses may 
be weighted differently