The following information is also contained in our printable Grade Quicksheet PDF.
The online grade submission website is open at the end of the semester for grade submissions. You will receive an e-mail notification which will include the dates and steps for submission.
Once you submit the grades you can no longer make any changes to them online. Use “Store Working Copy” until you are certain that you want to submit them.
**Click "Store Working Copy" or "Submit Final Final Grades"
With the removal of the DG grade option from most course types (excluding those course types approved for DG), the following grade options would include letter grade (A-F), pass/fail (S/U), incomplete (I) or withdrawal (W). Instructors are encouraged to submit the grade the student earned.
10th day of a full semester or 15% of duration for an open learning course (link to academic calendar).
|Students can drop a course without a W grade on the transcript (without entry on permanent academic record).|
11th day of a full semester through 9 calendar days prior to the last day of classes (for open learning classes: 15%+ duration through 80% duration).
• Students who drop a course during the withdrawal timeframe will automatically receive a W grade on the transcript.
• Students may choose to change from credit to audit. Faculty will assign an AU or UA grade for classes which allow for an audit.
|End of Semester||
Faculty submit grades earned by student based on the grades available (A-F and/or S,U) for the course.
An incomplete (I) can be assigned only if the following stipulations are met:
• When the major portion of the work for the course has been completed.
Note: Incompletes cannot be assigned because of negligence or inferior performance.
Note: Students will be charged an incomplete fee for each incomplete grade issued. Faculty must submit an incomplete contract.
|Repeat Course in a Subsequent Semester||Students may repeat a course in which they receive an unsatisfactory grade.|
A DG may be given in certain courses recognized to be of such a nature that all the requirements are not likely to be completed within one semester. It may be given for practicums (clinical/fieldwork experiences, internships) and courses requiring research such as theses and dissertations.
All DGs are required to be cleared before a student can graduate, unless they are DGs earned in another currently enrolled degree. An instructor may change the DG to a letter grade (A-F), S/U or DN (Deferred and Not Completable) as appropriate.
A DN indicates the course has not been completed and no longer can be completed because time has run out.
An incomplete (I) can be assigned only if the following stipulations are met (Note: Students will be charged an incomplete fee for each incomplete grade issued):
Incompletes cannot be assigned because of negligence or inferior performance.
Faculty must submit an incomplete contract which states:
If an extension is needed, your dean should send an email to email@example.com stating approval of the extension no later than the deadline date (last day of semester). The request must include the following information:
The extension date will be updated to the end of the following semester, unless specified by the dean.