Academic Success Guide for Fraternities & Sororities
This is the beginning stages of developing an on-line guide for chapters and individual members to address academic concerns and develop strategies to maximize academic success. Stop by often for updated resources and ideas to enhance your academic experience.
Chapter Summary Grade Reports
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EIU Scholarship Search - A searchable database of all Scholarships provided by the EIU Foundation.
Kahn Academy - Provides short on-line tutorials on a variety of subjects, including Math, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, History, etc. If you are struggling to understand a class concept, this site may be able to help you.
Hemingway App- An on-line editor for your writing projects. It will analyze your writing to help you address concerns and make it better.
Using the Mid-Term Grade Report (D/F List)
Please keep in mind that these lists are provided to allow you the opportunity to help your members who may be falling behind. Encourage them to take advantage of the assistance provided on campus. (Keep in mind that not all courses include the requirement to post mid-term grade updates. In particular, upper level courses may not be included.)
When you look at the report, you will see grade codes for each course. Here is what they mean:
D or F – That is the grade that would be earned if the course ended at midterm.
NC – the student is taking the course credit/no credit, and would not earn credit for the class.
XD or XF – This is for a developmental course, and does not count for the student’s GPA or for graduation. This is usually a course that is needed prior to taking another course that does count toward graduation.
NF – This indicates non-attendance in the course.
RD or RF – This is for a remedial course. It does not count toward graduation, but is included in GPA calculations.
Members appearing on this list should be encouraged to meet with their faculty to their deficiencies, and how to overcome them. Chapters can also help by providing tutors in specific subjects. Housing & Dining Services also has a Homework Heroes program for residential students to assist with academic success & planning.