This is your center for information on grade submission! If you have unanswered questions related to how to submit your grades, please let us know at email@example.com
If you have questions about the changes to academic policies for the Spring 2020 semester, please review the Faculty/Staff page on this topic.
August 3: Grade rosters available for faculty
August 13: Grades are due, as published in the 2020-2021 Academic Calendar
August 17: Grade processing begins at 8:00am and missing grades will be converted to RD (report delayed)
August 21: Grades are official (i.e. grades posted, cumulative GPA updated, etc.).
You will find these grades available for most students in your classes.
Some courses are offered only with a grading basis of CR/NC, while in others, students request it through the Office of the Registrar. If these are the grades available to you, here is how they are defined on our campus:
For undergraduate courses under this grading basis, a credit (CR) is awarded for grades equivalent to C or better. No credit (NC) is awarded for grades equivalent to C- or less.
For graduate courses under this grading basis, a credit (CR) is awarded for grades equivalent to B- or better. No credit (NC) is awarded for grades equivalent to C+ or less.
Grades of CR and NC are not included in the calculation of grade point averages. You can find more information about CR/NC grades for the Spring/Summer 2020 semesters.
This grade is intended to reflect an unauthorized (or unofficial) withdrawal from a course. This means the student stopped attending without submitting an official withdrawal petition. It is equivalent to an F in the GPA calculation.
This grade should be assigned if the student stopped attending before the end of week 9 or the first 60% of the course.
For the Spring 2020 semester, it is requested that this grade only be assigned if a student stopped attending prior to census (February 17, 2020).
This grade is assigned temporarily to reflect an agreement between the instructor and student to complete remaining coursework after the end of the semester. Once you have received and graded remaining work, please submit a grade change. All I grades that have not been changed after one year will automatically be changed to Incomplete Charged (IC) which is equivalent to an F in the GPA calculation.
Instructions for creating the Incomplete Grade Agreement with a student.
This grade is available in courses where assigned work frequently extends beyond a single academic term (e.g. thesis, project, etc.). The RP grade should be replaced with the appropriate final grade within one year of its assignment (except for Master’s thesis enrollment, which should be replaced within 5 years).
1. Click on the Grade Roster icon in My Schedule in the Faculty Center
2. Enter a Roster Grade for each student
3. Once complete, change the Approval Status to Approved
Note: as long as the Grade Roster status is not Posted, you may make changes to entered grades; simply change the Approval Status to Not Reviewed and Save.