My student got an “F” in the class, but I don’t want it to count as an “honor code F.”

Answer:  When a student is found "responsible" for an honor code violation, the Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs automatically notifies the Registrar and indicates that if the student receives an "F" in the course it should be considered an Honor Code F and calculated as such.

Periodically, however, a student does poorly in a course and while the instructor has to give him/her an "F," the instructor does not want it to carry the GPA punishment of an Honor Code "F."

The Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs should send every professor whose student is found responsible a form to be completed and send to the Registrar when final grades are submitted that will notify the Registrar that the student's F is not an honor code F and, therefore, the repeat rule may apply.