Each instructor is fully responsible for evaluating the achievement of his or her students and is expected to utilize the best professional techniques and procedures for such evaluation. Refer to DOPS Evaluation of Students.
Refer to DOPS Grading (Internal Controls)
Grading policies must be distributed during the first week of each class informing the students in writing (hardcopy or electronic) of the academic requirements necessary for the completion of the course and criteria used for assigning grades. The statement should be clear, concise, and appropriate to the specific course for which it is intended. The department chair and the dean must be copied within the first week of classes.
Refer to DOPS Policy on Grading.
Refer to 3. Mid-Semester Evaluations in DOPS Evaluation of Students.
The CEP schedule is posted by semester on the Registrar Courses page.
Incomplete (I) grades are assigned by the instructor in Banner. For purposes of required financial aid reporting, it is important that Incompletes be assigned ONLY for students who have been attending class. The Incomplete grade has other implications as well that the instructor and student should be aware.
A grade of EV (failure, never attended) should be recorded ONLY for students who never attended and did not officially withdraw from the course. It should not be used where and Incomplete grade is appropriate, and EV will be a permanent grade on a student's record. It is up to the instructor to determine how much work must be completed successfully by the student (e.g., 50 percent, 60 percent) to justify an Incomplete. Consult your department for any guidelines.
N (Grade Delayed): May be submitted in the case of research work, or internship that carries forward from one semester to another (e.g., a two-semester project).
X (grade not submitted): If you do not assign a grade, an “X” defined as “grade not submitted” is automatically assigned. No student can graduate with an “X” on his/her academic record. See each explanation of grades sheet for further implications.
Services are available through RITE (Resources for Information, Technology and Education). See Other Resources and Services heading on the Faculty and Staff Help page.
Check with your department for specific request and retrieval procedures.
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