After already closing all of its campuses due to COVID-19, Washington State University has developed an emergency adjustment to grading deadlines and policies for undergraduate students in the spring semester.

According to a release by the university, most students will have the option for pass/fail grades in a wider variety of courses. The deadline for choosing a pass/fail grade has been extended to June 1st, and a pass grade may satisfy major requirements in many departments.

The number of allowed course withdrawals has been increased from 4 to 6, and the deadline for withdrawing has been extended to May 1st.

Academic advisers are available by phone, email and Zoom, while financial aid counselors are available by scheduling a virtual appointment.

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