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Grades and Standings

Official Grades

At Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU), official grades are assigned per a 4.33 grade scale and reflect the final grade received in a course. It is important that you review your grades on MyServiceHub to ensure that they are reported accurately. Follow up as soon as possible if there are any omissions, errors or grade designations requiring action.

You must address any issues within 10 business days of your official grades and standings release date.

Academic Standings

Academic standings are based on academic criteria like your Grade Point Average (GPA) at the end of each term/year. They represent your overall performance in your program and determine if you are eligible to continue in your studies.

Undergraduate academic standings include Clear, Probationary, Required to Withdrawal (RTW) and more. Visit the Academic Standings page for the full list and details for your area of study.

Release Dates: Undergraduate Grades and Standings

Unofficial grades and academic standing released Thursday, May 2, 2024
Official grades and academic standings released Tuesday, May 7, 2024
Unofficial grades released for Chang School spring session, Engineering Transition, Science Transition, and Optional Specialization courses Friday, July 5, 2024
Unofficial grades and academic standing released Tuesday, August 20, 2024
Official grades and academic standings released Thursday, August 22, 2024
Unofficial grades and academic standing released Friday, December 20, 2024
Official grades and academic standings released Wednesday, January 8, 2025

Please remember to review your grades and academic standings once they are available on MyServiceHub. You have 10 business days from the time they are officially released to follow up on a missing grade or to appeal a grade or standing.

Every effort is made to ensure details are accurate on this site. In the event of a discrepancy, please visit TMU’s current Undergraduate Calendar as the official reference for all academic dates.

Grades and academic standings affect your ability to take courses in the upcoming semester and your ability to graduate from your program. 

Be sure to review your grades and academic standing on MyServiceHub each term. You can do this by checking the Grades/Standings section of the Student Center or by accessing your unofficial transcript

Confirm that all of your grades are reported and accurate:

  • If you discover a missing or incorrect grade, follow up with your instructor as soon as possible (within 10 business days of your grades being officially released).  
  • If you have a grade designation other than a letter grade, review grade designations requiring action and take the appropriate steps.

Review your academic standing:  

If you need more assistance, please contact your academic program contact.

Grade and standing appeals:

Students may appeal a final grade when they have been unable to resolve course-related issues with their instructor. Please refer to the Grade and Standing Appeals on the Senate Appeals webpage for more details.

A transcript, both official and unofficial, is a complete record of enrolment at TMU. It includes:

  • All undergraduate, graduate, law and Continuing Education courses taken
  • Credits granted
  • GPA and academic standings by term (e.g. Clear, RTW)  

Visit the Transcript Legend for more information.

Courses you are currently enrolled in will appear on your transcript with no grade designation from the term start date until the date that grades are posted. If there are unreported grades on your transcript after the official grade release dates, you must follow up with your instructor immediately.

Need help?

If you require assistance with any part of your grades and standings, please connect with your academic program contacts.

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