Every student who has been admitted to and attends Mount Royal has a student record. This record contains documentation from your initial application to graduation. Your record is maintained by the Records area within the Registrar’s Office.
Students may request to view their record in person by contacting the Records area within the Registrar’s Office.
You are responsible for ensuring that your personal profile information is accurate.
You can view your personal profile by following these steps:
You must notify Mount Royal if you have legally changed your name. To change your name on your personal profile:
Note: Photo identification is required for name change requests (drivers license or student ID).
Please ensure that your address is up to date at all times. If you have moved since your initial application for admission, you can change your address in person, by mail, fax, or e-mail.
To protect the integrity of your record your personal information will be verified before changing your address.
To request an address change by mail, fax or e-mail, you must provide the following:
Note: Photo identification is required for in-person changes (drivers license or student ID).
Within two weeks of the first day of classes, your instructor will provide a written statement outlining the method of grading and the weights to be assigned to the components of the course. Grade weighting will not change throughout the semester. Final grades are normally posted three business days after writing the final exam, or within three business days of the last day of classes for courses with no final exam. You are responsible for checking your final grades and academic status at the end of each semester.
How do I get my grades?
You can view your grades in MyMRU:
You may appeal a final grade under exceptional circumstances. However, appealing a grade does not guarantee that the grade will be changed. If you plan to appeal the grade you must file the formal appeal within 15 days of the grade being posted.
Grade appeals will be considered for the following reasons:
If you think that you qualify for a grade appeal, please review and follow the steps listed in the Academic Appeal and Grievance section in the current Mount Royal calendar.
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Mount Royal uses a 4.00 point scale to calculate grades. Your GPA can be calculated at the end of each semester or cumulatively over your academic career. GPA is determined by dividing the total grade points earned by the number of credit hours attempted. You can find your GPA on your transcript and online in MyMRU.
Your overall GPA is used to determine your academic standing at the end of each academic year. If you repeat a course, only the higher grade awarded is used to determine the cumulative GPA, eligibility to graduate and continuance as a student in good standing at Mount Royal. To graduate from any program you must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.00 in addition to program specific requirements.
Grades not included in the GPA calculation are: ‘AU’, ‘CR’, ‘I’, ‘NC’, ‘P’, ‘Q’, ‘W’, ‘WC’, ‘TR’, ‘EP’, ‘EF’, ‘IP’, ‘*’, and F (co-op courses only).
For details on grades, transcript symbols and GPA calculations, consult the current Mount Royal calendar.(http://www.mtroyal.ca/academics/academiccalendar.shtml)
How to calculate GPA
You can calculate your GPA at the end of each semester or cumulatively over your academic career. Your cumulative GPA can be calculated using the following equation:
Semester GPA = Semester Quality Points/Semester Quality Hours
Cumulative GPA (overall) = Cumulative Grade Points/ Cumulative Grade Hours
Dean’s Honour Roll
A student who earns twelve (12) or more credit hours in a semester at Mount Royal with a GPA of 3.50 or higher will be placed on the Dean’s Honour Roll. A notation of this achievement will appear on your transcript and a letter will be issued notifying you of your success.
President’s Honour Roll
A student who earns twenty-four (24) or more credit hours in an academic year at Mount Royal with a GPA of 3.75 or higher will be placed on the President’s Honour Roll. A notation of this achievement will appear on your transcript and a letter will be issued notifying you of your success.
Mount Royal transcript (credit)
Your academic transcript is the permanent record that Mount Royal retains showing your academic history at Mount Royal. It will contain:
Note: Students should verify that all information on their transcript is correct.
Transcripts for students using Apply Alberta
Transcripts for students using ApplyAlberta are typically requested on your behalf by the institution(s) you have applied to. However, it is your responsibility to ensure that the institution(s) receive your transcripts in support of your application. Delivery status of transcript(s) can be viewed in your ApplyAlberta profile. You must request Continuing Education and Extension transcripts as they are not processed through ApplyAlberta. Mount Royal transcripts are sent by regular mail at a fee of $10.00 which is non-refundable.
How to order an official Mount Royal transcript
How to get an unofficial Mount Royal transcript
You can view or print an unofficial transcript from MyMRU by following the steps below:
Transcripts for admission to Mount Royal
Mount Royal is committed to maintaining high standards and encouraging your academic success. Academic standing applies to all credit programs at Mount Royal and relates to the student’s eligibility to register in credit courses within a program at Mount Royal.
If you are experiencing academic difficulty, you are encouraged to meet with your academic advisor as soon as possible. The sooner you get assistance, the easier it will be for you to get help. You may also want to access other resources such as the Student Learning Services and Student Counseling Services.
Because we are concerned about your success, Mount Royal will let you know if your GPA drops below 2.00 (once you have attempted nine credits at Mount Royal) and provide you with information on how to get help. To graduate from any program you must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.00. Additionally, each program has specific requirements to pass and/or continue study.
All Students that have attempted a minimum of nine credits overall will have their academic standing assessed at the end of each semester.
There are four academic standing categories:
|Good Standing||Cumulative GPA (cGPA) is above 2.00.|
|Academic Warning||Students who have attempted a minimum of nine credits and whose cumulative GPA is below 2.00 will be placed on Academic Warning. Students are only eligible to remain on Academic Warning for a total of two semesters unless they maintain a semester GPA of 2.20 or higher in at least two three-credit courses.|
|Academic Probation||Students who have remained on Academic Warning for two semesters and whose cumulative GPA is below 2.00 will be placed on Academic Probation. Students are only eligible to remain on Academic Probation for one semester unless they maintain a semester GPA of 2.20 or higher in at least two three-credit courses.|
|Required to Withdraw||Students who have remained on Academic Probation for one semester and whose cumulative GPA is below 2.00 will be Required to Withdraw from Mount Royal for a period of twelve months, unless they maintain a semester GPA of 2.20 or higher (in at least two three-credit courses).|
Once a student is required to withdraw from Mount Royal they are no longer permitted to register into any credit courses for a minimum of twelve months (not including upgrading courses).
Requirement to Withdraw Appeal
Students can appeal their Requirement to Withdraw by completing the appropriate form available at the Office of the Registrar. The appeal must be must include supporting documentation in order to be processed.
The only permissible ground for appealing a Requirement to Withdraw will be as follows:
The deadline to appeal a Requirement to Withdraw for Winter 2014 is June 2, 2014.
Students who appeal a Winter 2014 Requirement to Withdraw will be informed of the Appeal Committee decision on June 9, 2014 through their MyMRU e-mail account.
For more information refer to the Mount Royal calendar.