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- Click on the following link on the Registrar’s home page:
- Select “Click Here for Registration” then enter your Student ID and six-digit passcode.
- Select “Student Services & Financial Aid” then “Student Records” and then either “Final Grades” for the recent grades received (one semester only) or “Academic Transcript” for your unofficial transcript.
If you need help logging on to the system, please call the Registrar’s Office and one of the staff members will assist you.
Class Grades that have been Posted and Classes with Exams Available for Review are listed here:
It’s been three weeks since my exam, why isn’t my grade posted?
Professors have 30 days after the last day of final examinations to submit their grades to the Office of the Registrar. Required courses must fit into the mandated mean and median, which may require several adjustments by the professor. After the professor finalizes the grades, they are posted and proofed within one business day.
How and when are grades posted?
When grades are received, they are subject to the mandatory mean and median as noted above. If they meet the mandatory curve, they are usually posted within two business days. This time may vary slightly depending on the number of sets of class grades received. Registrar’s Office staff enter grades, then individual staff members proof them three times.
All my friends have their grades posted, but mine isn’t. What’s wrong?
My professor says the grades were turned in two weeks ago. Why aren’t they posted yet?
Grades cannot be posted until they are finalized. The Associate Dean, the Registrar and the professor may have to review the grades and adjustments several times before grades meet the required mean/median. The staff in the Office of the Registrar make grade processing a top priority during this period and posts grades as soon as they are finalized. Please note that Fall grades may be delayed if submitted prior to or during the University holidays. This allows Registrar’s Office staff time off during holiday closures.
Why is there no “Highest Grade” listed for my class?
Professors are encouraged but not required to indicate the highest grade for each class they teach. If a high grade is indicated, the student will be notified via email at the end of the grading period and will receive a Scholastic Excellence Award with a corresponding certificate. Scholastic Excellence Awards for graduation candidates are announced during the awards ceremony prior to commencement and printed in the commencement ceremony program.
How do I check my score on an exam?
The deans have requested that professors submit their graded exams to the Registrar’s Office, however, this is not mandatory. Some professors retain their exams. Exams that are available for review will be listed on the grading spreadsheet online which will be posted as grades are received. If the Registrar’s Office is storing your exams, you may review the exams in the office between 8:30 AM and 5:30 PM M-Th and 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM on F. The Registrar’s Office receives only the information provided by professors. Some exams may not include notations about grading or score information.
Per the deans, curving information and grade distribution may not be released to students. If students have specific requests for information about individual scores, the Registrar’s Office may be able to receive approval to release that information.
What if my exam is not in the Registrar’s Office?
What if I have questions about my exam or score?
You should use the Grade Review site. Enter your exam number, course name, and professor name. The information will be sent to the professor with only your exam number to preserve anonymity.
How do I submit a grade grievance?
You must first review your examination and send any questions to the professor via the Grade Review site. If, after you have performed this step, you still feel the grade received is at issue, you should follow the grade grievance process outlined in the student handbook.