Published: Aug. 30, 2023 By

Who Received This Email?
We sent this email on Tuesday, August 29, 2023, to instructors with "Post" access who had unapproved grades in one or more Summer 2023 classes (law, specialized program, thesis and dissertation classes excluded).

Dear [instructor],

You have overdue grades for one or more summer sessions. It is critical that you post these grades immediately, because late grades cause serious consequences for your students.

Class Info

Class #

Class Description

# Enrolled





Web grading is the only method of posting grades, including late grades. Do not email grades, as this violates campus security policies.

All grades must be posted to avoid causing serious negative consequences for your students, which may include academic standing, financial aid and graduation eligibility.

You must complete grading immediately by following these steps:

  1. On MyCUInfo's Teaching Tools tab, click "Go to Web Grading."
  2. If the wrong term is selected, click "Change Term."
  3. Click the grade roster icon next to the class you want to grade.
  4. Sync, upload or enter your grades.
  5. Approve and post your grade roster(s).

For online assistance, see OIT's Canvas web grading sync page webpage and the Office of the Registrar's step-by-step instructions and videos. You may also contact:

Office of the Registrar

Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. MT

Please note: On September 14, 2023, all students who remain ungraded for Summer 2023 will be assigned a grade of NR (not reported). After NR grades are assigned, instructors must submit an individual grade change request to assign a final grade for each student.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.


Daryl Maeda
Dean & Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
E. Scott Adler
Dean of the Graduate School & Vice Provost for Graduate Affairs