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Submitting Final Grades
The Grade Submission Portal allows instructors to import your grades from iLearn. However, faculty who do not use I-Learn will now also easily enter their grades through this new portal. The portal will import grades as they have been calculated in I-Learn. Therefore, keeping grades up-to-date in I-Learn is key to the portal’s convenience. Once imported, instructors can modify any grade before they are submitted to Student Records and Registration.
Access the Grade Submission Portal by one of the following methods:
NOTE: Non-reported grades negatively impact students in many ways including academic standing, awarding of degrees, employment and graduate school opportunities, and completion of final transcripts. Therefore, the timely submission of grades is very important.
W Grades (Withdrawal)
UW Grades (Unofficial Withdrawal
A UW grade represents an unofficial withdrawal which is given to a student who meets all of the following criteria:
Based on this information, an F grade is appropriate if:
Both an F and a UW are calculated into the GPA as a failing grade value (0.0).
T Grades (temporary)
"T" grades represent a temporary grade that was assigned for courses that do not fall within the normal academic deadlines of any given semester (e.g., internships, student teaching, tours). T grades can only be assigned by the Student Records and Registration Office for courses that meet these conditions.
T grades do not impact a student’s GPA, but may impact Satisfactory Academic Standing in that the credits for the course are counted as attempted, but not yet earned. Therefore, instructors over courses for which T grades are assigned are encouraged to submit their final grades as soon as the coursework is completed.
NR Grades (non-reported)
"NR" represents that the grade was not reported by the instructor. A student receiving an "NR" grade should contact the instructor to request that a valid grade be submitted to the Student Records and Registration Office.
As with T Grades, NR grades do not impact a student’s GPA, but may impact Satisfactory Academic Standing in that the credits for the course are counted as attempted, but not yet earned. Therefore, instructors over courses for which NR grades were assigned are encouraged to submit their final grades as soon as possible
An incomplete grade (I) is a conditional grade only granted under the following circumstances:
Incomplete Contract forms are available from most department or college offices or from Student Records and Registration (KIM 190). Once an agreement has been made and the form has been completed by the faculty member and the student:
Last day to withdraw completely from Second Block classes and receive a pro-rated tuition refund.
Last day to withdraw from individual Second Block classes and receive a "W" grade and not the grade earned.
Last day to withdraw completely from school and receive a "W" grade and not the grade earned.
Last day to withdraw from all Second Block classes and receive a "W" grade and not the grade earned.
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