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Grade WorkSHOP. Entering Grades on Mustang WebAdvisor. Outline. Submitting Mid-term and Final grades using Mustang WebAdvisor Using the Last Date Attended and Never Attended fields Incomplete Grades Understanding the policy Expire Date Lab Grades Grade Changes

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Grade workshop

Grade WorkSHOP

Entering Grades on Mustang WebAdvisor


Outline
Outline

  • Submitting Mid-term and Final grades using Mustang WebAdvisor

  • Using the Last Date Attended and Never Attended fields

  • Incomplete Grades

    • Understanding the policy

    • Expire Date

  • Lab Grades

  • Grade Changes

  • What Happens After Grades Are Submitted


Grade submission
Grade Submission

  • Reminders are sent by email to all instructors

  • All grades for a specific term must be entered by the posted deadline

    • Deadlines posted on the Academic Calendar

      • Schedule of Classes

      • Catalog

      • Online

  • Midterms

    • Required for all full semester courses

    • Optional for short blocks

  • Final

    • Submit by deadline for graduation purposes

  • Pages 42 & 43 of WWCC Catalog


Last date never attended
Last Date & Never Attended

  • Based on attendance or participation

  • Entered when student has stopped attending or never attended

  • Generally only entered with failing or unsatisfactory grade

  • Date should not be end of term

  • Used by Financial Aid for reporting

  • Used by Registrar in appeals

  • If Never Attended is entered at midterm with grade, we can help with student intervention

  • Enter as mm/dd/yyyy (ie: 03/11/2010)


Was attending and stopped in the middle of the term

Student never attended, assign F and check box


Incomplete grades
Incomplete grades

  • Re-cap of policy

    • Extenuating circumstances

    • Passing with C or better at midpoint

    • Not intended to repeat course or more than 50% of work

    • At the Instructor discretion

    • One term to complete work per the Incomplete contract

      • Can be extended for one term only

    • Grade of I reverts to an F if not completed

  • Expire Date

    • Date Incomplete must be finished or grade will turn to an F

    • Spring 2010 grades will be due 12/15/2010


Lab grades
Lab grades

  • For courses with no credit attached and where lab or clinical grading is part of the lecture

  • Course should be graded with S or U

    • Satisfactory

    • Unsatisfactory

  • By policy, Satisfactory (S) grades are equal to a “C” grade or better in any particular course


Grade changes
Grade changes

  • Submit any grade changes

    • By using Grade Change Form

      • Can be emailed to you if requested

    • By sending email to Registrar

      • Include Student Name, ID

      • Course and Section Number

      • Grade assigned and what it should be changed to

      • Reason for grade change

  • Within one month of when grade was assigned change is made with Registrar approval only

  • After one month VP for Student Learning must approve all grade changes

  • Grades cannot be changed after the close of the following semester


What happens next
What happens next

  • Registrar receives a daily report showing grades have been submitted

    • Lists course and section

    • Instructor

    • Student ID

    • Report must be kept permanently by Federal and State Record Retention standards

  • Grades are verified and saved

    • Students can only view after they have been verified

    • Grades are not verified if any are missing


Need help
Need help?


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