Dickinson State University is out of compliance with numerous policies, according to the results of a performance audit conducted by the Office of the North Dakota Auditor released Friday. It also possibly inflated grades.
The report gave recommendations for improvement, but no consequences for noncompliance.
Grade inflation is suspected because of a high amount of “A” letter grades being assigned, according to the report.
It found all 85 students in three classes received an “A.” Three other classes had only one student in each class that did not receive an “A,” according to the report.