News (Updated 6/4/2019, 8:50pm CT): Spring 2019 grade distributions are now available! Thank you for your patience. We are now working on cleaning up Fall 2018 data. Updates will be sent to r/UNT.
–The UNT Grade Distributions Team
Unlimited access to grade distributions in all classes in fall 2017, spring 2018, fall 2018, and spring 2019. Transparency for your academic success.
Grade distributions are historical data on how many letter grades of each kind were handed out in classes. Picking classes with favorable grade distributions helps you increase your chance of academic success and timely graduation.
Select the semester you are interested in, and type in either the subject and course number or the instructor or both. You can specify partial queries (for instance, "Smith" or even "Smi" instead of "John Smith").
Relevant sections will show up below the search form. Select the section you want to view and see its graph appear to the right.
The grade distribution data we have is freely available for your perusal in several formats. The original format we received from the registrar was Excel.
Fall 2017–Spring 2018
Thanks to persistent lobbying and the generosity of UNT, grade distributions data are now free of charge to access. As a result, we no longer need donations to sustain us for the next 10 years and we've removed ads from the site. The only cost is the domain; everything else is 100% free! A huge shoutout to the donors who originally made UNTGrades.com possible.