Students can view and print their grades via Wolverine Access. Students are responsible for sharing their grades with their parents, if they choose to do so. To protect student privacy, the university does not release grade information to parents or family members.

If you wish to find out about your student's grades and academic standing, the best approach is to ask your student directly. College students are generally willing to share information about grades and academic performance with their parents as they assume greater responsibility for their own lives and are able to discuss academic issues with their parents as mature adults.

Academic Probation

The policies and procedures for academic probation vary according to each School and College. In general, academic probation occurs when a student's grade point average for a term is less than a 2.0.

Each School and College (see below) may respond to academic probation differently. If your student is in danger of being placed on academic probation, refer your student to an academic advisor for guidance.

Academic Probation Information for:

Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning

Stamps School of Art & Design

Ross School of Business

Dental Hygiene Program

School of Education

College of Engineering

School of Information

School of Kinesiology

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

School of Music, Theatre, and Dance

School of Nursing

College of Pharmacy

School of Public Health

Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy