News (Updated 5/19/2019): We filed a complaint with the Texas Attorney General's Office in February against UNT for the overcharging of grade distributions data. As you know, we offer this service for free to everyone, so we do not wish to pay $69.16 for each semester's worth of data. In late February, the AG's Office forwarded me a letter they sent to the UNT Registrar's Office saying that UNT had not complied with the Public Information Act and told them they have 10 days to respond to us. As of May 19, they have ignored the Attorney General's Office, egregiously violating the law. We even sent them an email recently and they have completely remained silent to us. UNT is breaking the law and the AG's office is slow to do anything else about it. That is why we have not been able to update our site with 2018-2019 grade distributions. We apologize for the inconvenience it has brought to you, but we thank you for your continued support of our website. We believe there is no resolution for the near future. If someone wants to go ahead and buy the grade distributions, go ahead and contact us (via this email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll give you the money we have set aside for this.
–The UNT Grade Distributions Team
Unlimited access to grade distributions in all classes in fall 2017 and spring 2018. 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.
Grade distributions cost $69.16 per semester to retrieve from the UNT Registrar's Office. Your donations directly fund future grade distribution requests and help students like you choose the best classes.
Send $1 or more to our project leader's Venmo: @jeffw16 or contribute to our GoFundMe. All donations will be used to fund future semesters' requests and will never be kept for personal gain.