UCF has transitioned to online submission of end-of-term grades to the Registrar. All instructors enter grades online through myUCF. Information on how to use the online submission process and who to contact for assistance is provided below.
Online grading is only available at the very end of the term. Usually, the icon will appear on the evening before the start of the final examination period, and will disappear after grades are due. Note: the icon may be present before the start of grading, but will not function until the first day of final exams.
One method available for entering grades online at present is via an "online final grade form" at my.ucf.edu. This method for entering grades is preferred for classes of 60 or below, or for instructors who wish to avoid Excel spreadsheets. Our tutorial provides step by step guidance through the process (or watch this quick video tutorial).
It is also possible to upload an Excel file (in .csv format) with the final grades. This method will be recommended especially for larger classes. Our tutorial provides step by step guidance through the process (or watch this video tutorial).
If you use the gradebook in Webcourses, you can import your final grades directly from the myUCF final grade form. This is recommended for all courses with a Webcourses gradebook. Our tutorial provides step by step guidance through the process.
In order to assign a student a grade of Incomplete (I), you must fill out a supplemental form that is available through your online grade roster. When you record the "I" grade in the dropdown menu the form will pop up. Complete the fields of this form (see sample form) and click SAVE at the bottom; the student will be notified to read the form. Because this incomplete-grade-form opened in a new window, close this window and return to your grade roster.
During the Grading Period: Drop-In "Live-Assistance" Labs
Simply come to our office, where you can perform the upload of your actual grades with our help - bring your gradebook with you! If your grades are stored in Webcourses@UCF, we can access them from this lab. Plan on a 10-15 minute visit. RSVPs are not necessary.
Contact the Registrar's Office (firstname.lastname@example.org; 407-823-5510) for online grading assistance, such as missing rosters or missing students, and questions about policy. Contact the Faculty Center (email@example.com; 407-823-3544) for questions about how to use the tools for online final grade submission.
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