Grad Credit Instructor Overview

Instructors Supervising an Grad Credit proposal

Thank you for considering supervising an Honors student’s Grad Credit proposal during your course. If you are unfamiliar with Honors Grad Credit, please review the Honors Graduate-level coursework
. Please note that Honors Grad Credit should not alter a student’s grade in your course; this allows the student to receive an “Additional Any” category for their curriculum.

Our commitment to providing a diverse, flexible, and in depth education is not possible without your commitment to working with our students. We greatly appreciate your time and energy, and recognize the effort you will contribute to this Graduate-level coursework and to the student’s experience.

  • Submit an initial online approval of the Grad Credit proposal confirming your understanding that the student is planning on completing your course’s graduate level coursework (due by the quarterly deadline listed on the Honors Program webpage).
  • Provide a good learning and working environment for the student.
  • Communicate regularly with the student.
  • Evaluate the student’s Grad Credit proposal upon completion and submit final online approval/denial for the Honors notation, verifying that the student completed the graduate level coursework.
  • Take the initiative on the overall Grad Credit proposal, including initial contact and communicating with the instructor, especially regarding any changes or difficulties.
  • Manage the application and approval process with the instructor and the Honors Program.
  • Complete the agreed-on coursework during the quarter in which the student is enrolled in the course.
  • Respect the learning objectives and expectations of the course and the Honors Program.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the Honors Program if you have any questions or concerns, and thank you again for your commitment to student success!

University of Washington Honors Program
211 Mary Gates Hall
Box 352800
Seattle, WA 98195-2800