Certificates & Evaluation
Students in the Intensive English Program earn midterm progress reports and final grades. Based on their final grades, students can earn the following types of certificates in the Intensive English Program:
Certificate of Level Completion: Students who have passed all four classes at a level can receive a level completion certificate upon request.
Certificate of Course(s) Completion: Students who have received a passing grade in a course(s) can receive a course completion certificate upon request.
Elective Certificate: Students who have attended at least 80 percent of an elective class can receive an elective certificate upon request.
Effective Spring 2016, all certificates must be requested within 30 days of the current session’s end and can be picked up at the O’Keefe building or mailed. Certificates requested during this time period are free.
Any certificate requested more than 30 days after the current session’s end date will cost $5.00 and can be picked up at the O’Keefe building or mailed.
To request a certificate:
- Download a blank to your computer and save it. Open the blank document, complete it, and save it.
- E-mail the completed form to email@example.com (no payment necessary if done before last week of session)
- Pay the certificate fee online here (if requested after last week of respective session)
Mailing within the US is free. Express mailing within the US is $10. International mailing costs $50.00.
Please note that any certificate that is not picked up or mailed within 30 days of the request will be destroyed.
Transcripts: Transcripts are available for a $5 charge. Please see Transcripts for more information.
Unofficial grade reports can be accessed online at www.buzzport.gatech.edu by logging in with your GT credentials.
The grading scale used in evaluating your progress in each course is listed below:
|Transcript Symbols||Grade Point Value||Definition|
|Pass/Fail Grades (not included in GPA)|
|Students whose session grade point average falls below 2.0 will be placed on academic probation for the following session.|
|Students whose session grade point average falls below 2.0 for two consecutive sessions may not be allowed to continue studying in the Intensive English Program.|