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Authority: Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs

History: First Issued: 1969. Last Revised: Fall 1995.

Related Policies: 
NCSU REG02.20.03 – Attendance Regulations
NCSU REG02.30.01 – Academic Honors

Additional References:
Registration and Records Website

Contact Info: Vice Chancellor and Dean of Academic and Student Affairs (919-515-3037)


Each undergraduate degree student will have the option to count towards graduation requirements a maximum of 12 semester hours in the category of credit-only courses (exclusive of Physical Education and other courses authorized to be graded on a satisfactory-unsatisfactory basis). The student may select as credit-only any course offered by the University except the several courses in Military Science and Aerospace Studies. The selected courses can be included only under the free elective category of the specific curriculum in which the student is enrolled. Thus, students in curricula without free electives may not take credit-only courses to satisfy graduation requirements except for Physical Education and other courses authorized to be graded S/U. The student will be responsible for attendance, assignments, and examinations.


The student’s performance in a credit-only course will be reported as S (satisfactory grade for credit-only course and given when course work is equivalent to C- or better) or U (no credit grade for credit-only course). The grade for a credit-only course will have no effect on the student’s grade point average. Credit hours for the credit-only course will be counted in the cumulative hours attempted.

Credit-only courses do not count in the calculation of eligibility for the Semester Dean’s List. (See Academic Honors)

All courses on a graduate student’s Plan of Work must be taken for letter grade except those courses authorized to be graded S/U.

Students should be aware that many graduate and professional schools evaluate credit-only courses for which U grades were awarded as failing grades.


3.1. Registration procedures for students wishing to receive credit-only grading are outlined in the online registration guide available from the Registration and Records website. The deadline for changing to credit-only status appear in the NC State Academic Calendar. Exceptions to the stated deadlines may be approved by the dean of the student’s college only on the grounds established for exceptions to the course drop deadline.

3.2. Lifelong Education Students may take on a credit-only basis any course for which they satisfy prerequisites. Lifelong Education students follow the same procedure as undergraduate degree students.

3.3. At the end of each semester or summer session the Department of Registration and Records will indicate to each instructor on the Grade Report Roll that students who are taking the course for credit-only. The instructor will mark an S (satisfactory grade for a credit-only course which is given when course work is equivalent to C- or better) or a U (no credit grade for a credit-only course).

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190101 - College Of Veterinary Medicine
The Technology Support Analyst position will be in the CVM Computing Resources group and will directly report to the IT Director for the group. From an IT services perspective, the role is located within the Tier 3 Engineering services area of Computing Resources and the incumbent will receive D2D work priorities and direction from the Lead Engineer. This position will provide primary Linux Sys… View DetailsBookmark
062001 - Institute For Trans Research &
The Research Assistant independently leads and conducts research on transportation policy and economic assessments. The topics can include but not be limited to asset management, transportation policy, logistics, highways, airports, ports, ferries, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and others. the Research Assistant will be responsible for field data collection efforts, and will lead students… View DetailsBookmark
The new faculty member will support the curriculum and success of the DDes program as well as his or her home discipline (department). This position will collaborate with affiliated faculty in constructing and teaching new courses, advising on program policies, and participating in admissions procedures. Other duties may include assisting in program tasks such as event planning, representing … View DetailsBookmark
This position is responsible for the safe operations and shuttle services for passenger carrying buses and/or vehicles. Safely and efficiently operate buses and/or 12/15 passenger vans for field trips, shuttle services, and/or special events. This position will prepare rental vehicles for motor pool customers. Conduct light vehicle maintenance and provide assistance to the motor pool and fue… View DetailsBookmark
The Hosted Services supervisor is a hands-on technical manager responsible for providing Hosted Solutions across multiple customers working directly with key project and executive stakeholders throughout the entire project life-cycle to ensure client satisfaction and adoption. The supervisor will also play a significant role in supporting new business services and opportunities. The supervis… View DetailsBookmark
1. Provide the University steam and hot water through operation of the Central Utility Plant steam boilers and auxiliary steam and hot water equipment. 2. Monitor and maintain Central Utility Plant steam boilers and auxiliary steam and hot water equipment so operations are safely, reliably and efficiently sustained. 3. Provide the University chilled water through operation of the Central Uti… View DetailsBookmark
This position is expected to promote human resources policies and best practices to support the goals and objectives of the department and University. The HR Specialist will support departments on HR needs in relation to mission and strategic long-range planning and may include assisting with recruitment, payroll, interpretation of federal, state, university, and college level policies and proc… View DetailsBookmark
The Coordinator of Sponsored Students is a new position in the Office of Global Engagement which is jointly funded through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Graduate School that will expand our portfolio of sponsored student programs. The Coordinator of Sponsored Student Programs will coordinate programs and liaise with U.S. and international organizations, agencies, cultural, and… View DetailsBookmark
•Advanced understanding of web markup, specifically HTML and CSS (including writing and maintaining documentation) •Ability to design and code website layouts/user interfaces by using standard practices •Proficient understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript •Basic knowledge of image authoring tools, to be able to crop, resize, or perform small adjustments on an image. Familiarity … View DetailsBookmark
This position will develop corporate relationships and training contracts for NC State University. The Associate Director of Business Development will identify, engage, and contract with clients for the delivery of training programs, with the goal of securing and delivering training contracts of $100,000 and above. The Associate Director is responsible for meeting annual business development go… View DetailsBookmark
The appointee will be expected to assume a leadership role at NCSU in developing new directions in sustainable industrial/product design. In addition to the research/creative agenda described above, the appointee will teach in the undergraduate and graduate programs, and collaboratively participate in the activities, service, and life of the department as well as with other disciplines at the u… View DetailsBookmark
TRiO Programs were established to support the nation’s commitment to provide educational opportunity for all Americans to enter college, graduated and move on to participate more fully in realizing the “American Economic and Social Dream” The Upward Bound Summer Bridge Coordinator will be responsible for the supervision and safety of students enrolled in the Summer Academy or Summer Bridge…. View DetailsBookmark
The Upward Bound Program is an early intervention pre-college preparatory program funded by the US Department of Education and is sponsored locally by North Carolina State University. Upward Bound seeks to identify and select high school students with a 2.5 GPA or higher who have academic potential to succeed in college. Instructor Responsibilities: - Instruct high school students in commo… View DetailsBookmark
This Senior Regional Facilities Manager will provide consistent management and procedures for all of the facility managers that provide first response for work orders across the Housing inventory. This team provides daily work order response to over 3M square feet of building inventory. This position will interface closely with the Senior Associate Directors within University Housing and p… View DetailsBookmark
NC State University’s New Student Programs department is hiring for a Graduate Intern to provide support in the coordination and implementation of summer orientation programs. This includes assisting in aspects of orientation programming and the development and supervision of student leaders. The position will employ a graduate student from May 14, 2018 until July 28, 2018, but dates are flexib… View DetailsBookmark
Responsibilities of the position include directing the masters program in student affairs and higher education in partnership with the faculty; teaching a minimum of six courses per year and coordinating core program components, including internship experiences, student advisement and professional development; admissions; student recruitment; student assistantships; program marketing using inno… View DetailsBookmark
The selected individual will develop and perform laboratory research on left-right asymmetric organ development and birth defects, using Xenopus laevis and other amphibian species. The successful candidate will perform breeding and/or in vitro fertilization, embryo culture, microdissection, microinjection of loss-of-function (Morpholino oligonucleotides; CRISPR/Cas) and/or gain-of-function (syn… View DetailsBookmark
This position serves as a unique Geospatial Science Fellowship, appointed between NC State University’s Department of Forestry and Environmental Resource and the USDA Forest Service-Southern Research Station, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory. The Laboratory is also home to the Coweeta Long-Term Ecological Research site, which is one of the longest continually operated environmental research sites… View DetailsBookmark
Work with department extension specialists and a programmer to compile critical data elements of a searchable database of pesticide labels. Review pesticide product labels and collect/collate required data from federal and state pesticide regulatory agencies. View DetailsBookmark
Candidate may be responsible for some or all of the following: breaking down and installation of shelving units, shipping and receiving functions within the department, moving furniture, cleaning and repairing items. Lifting heavy equipment on a regular basis. Duties may include riding along with the drivers in trucks and lifting, pulling, loading and pushing freight, storage and surplus materi… View DetailsBookmark
A successful candidate for this position is expected to assess community needs and review data and available resources to plan, develop, conduct, evaluate, and market youth development educational opportunities throughout the county for youth ages 5-19. This position is responsible for managing all grants and grant relationships related to youth programming. View DetailsBookmark
This position will conduct applied and basic research on insect pests of field crops. Duties will include experimental design, implementation and analysis, with a primary focus on field-based ecological research. In practice, this will require ability to convert oral instructions for experimental outcomes into an effective field experiment. Often this involves independent selection of the pro… View DetailsBookmark
This position supervises approximately 10 veterinary technicians that function in the Randall B Terry Companion Animal Medical Center (TC), the Health and Wellness Center (H&WC) and the Equine and Farm Animal Veterinary Center (EFAVC). The individual ensures that all patients in the centers will receive high quality care by managing, recruiting, hiring and evaluating all direct reports. Effecti… View DetailsBookmark


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