A. Instructors are responsible for managing their course enrollment(s).
B. All students registered for the course are expected to be in class attendance. If a student on the roster has never attended, the appropriate office must be notified by the end of the first week of the instructional period.
C. For any student who has attended at least once, each instructor is responsible for taking attendance, establishing the last date of attendance if a student discontinues, and for reporting excessive absences to the Director of Advising.
D. The current official course enrollment is available online. All changes are updated online. Students are able to make changes to their schedule online according to the posted drop, add, and withdrawal dates.
E. Grades are entered online by the instructor. Only students on the official roster may receive grades.
1. Each student on the final course roster should receive a grade.
2. A “W” grade may only be entered by the registrar.
3. The P-N grade should be given only when the student has so registered, when the instructor has been so notified by the registrar, or for internships, student teaching, and courses identified as P/N courses.
4. An “I” grade may only be entered by the registrar upon receipt of the Request for an In-Progress Grade. (See Policy 7.301 for more information on In-Progress Grades.)
5. When entering a grade of “F”, the last date of attendance must be entered.
F. The deadline for entering grades online will be announced by the Office of the Registrar.
G. The registrar is responsible for posting grades in a timely manner.
H. Grades (A, B, C, D, F, P/N) given in a specific course may not be changed after they have been reported to the Office of the Registrar by the instructor unless it is found that an error has been made in calculation or in recording. Grades earned in a course may not be changed due to work submitted in a later term. Errors in recording or miscalculation must be changed no later than the end of the semester
following the error. Academic integrity violations have no time limitations. Grade changes must have accompanying documentation and be approved by the faculty member, the Department Chair and the Dean of the College.
I. Students who wish to appeal final course grades must do so within 90 days from the date the grade is posted by the registrar.

Last modified: March 15, 2018