If you're uploading grades, use the correct CSV format.
PC users: Save as CSV (Comma delimited)
Mac users: Save as Comma Separated Values (.csv), MS-DOS Comma Separated (.csv) or Windows Comma Separated (.csv)
About Faculty Grading
University policy requires grades be entered into the web grading system no later than 90 hours after the final exam for the class.
Web Grading Instructions
- In MyCUInfo, click Teaching Tools, then Go to Web Grading.
- Make sure you're on the correct term; one of the most common reasons for grading problems is because the wrong term is selected.
- Click the Grade Roster icon next to the class you want to grade.
There are three ways to enter grades into MyCUInfo Web grading: sync your grades from Canvas, upload a CSV file or manually enter them.
Sync Grades from Canvas
Upload a CSV File
- D2L Web Grading Export (Upload Error – "Non-Numeric Character")
- CSV File Format Requirements & Upload Instructions
If you're uploading grades, be sure to use the correct CSV formatting:
- CSV (Comma delimited) for PCs
- One of the following for Macs: Comma Separated Values (.csv), MS-DOS Comma Separated (.csv) or Windows Comma Separated (.csv)
Enter Grades Manually
Now that your grades are in the system, it's time to review and approve them.
- Once you've reviewed each grade, change the grade roster action to APPROVED and click Save.
- To post the grades to students' records, change the action to POST. If you leave the roster in APPROVED status and don't change it to POST, a batch process runs every three hours to automatically post those grades.
- When your grades post, the status will change to POSTED. You will not receive a confirmation email.
Faculty receive e-memos from the Office of the Registrar before the grading deadline to remind them of help resources and deadlines for their specific classes. After the deadline, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education emails faculty with missing grades and may also contact deans and department heads to expedite posting of late grades. Lists of outstanding grades are routinely shared with the grade liaisons.
In addition, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education may contact deans, department heads and instructors to collect grades that are missing from past terms. Grade liaisons may not receive notice about these communications.
Late grades cause serious issues for students, academic units and administrative offices. During grading season the Office of the Registrar sends late-grade reports to grade liaisons with instructor, class and roster information.
Web grading does not close after the grading deadline. Instructors submit late grades in the web grading system via MyCUInfo. Instructions, videos, FAQs and current calendars are available on the Faculty Grading webpage.
Grade liaisons are representatives in departments who help faculty get their grades posted on time in collaboration with the Office of the Registrar. Grade liaisons:
- Subscribe to the Grade Liaisons campus email list and keep up with notifications from the Office of the Registrar sent to that list (as well as to Registrar Network).
- Understand web grading procedures and deadlines well enough to support faculty when they need local assistance with web grading.
- Know how to get help from the Office of the Registrar when needed.
- Have read the help documents posted on the Faculty Grading webpage and refer faculty to them.
- Run the Grade Liaison Report in CU-Data before grading deadlines each term to determine which faculty need local support or additional reminders.
- Help ensure the integrity of our institution by making sure faculty in their department post grades on time.
Grade Liaison Report
Grade liaisons should have access to run a report in CU-Data of outstanding grade rosters that includes department, instructor, number of students and other useful information.
To run the report:
- Log in to MyCUInfo.
- Click the CU Resources tab.
- Click the compass icon (NavBar).
- Click CU Resources.
- Click CU-Data.
- Select Team Content.
- Navigate to CUBLD > Records and Registration > General Student Records Data Reports.
- Locate the Grade Liaison Report and click the right arrow/triangle button ("Run with options") to run the report.
NOTE: CU-Data information is always 24 hours old.
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