Instructors – Make Hidden Grades Visible by April 10th

Please note that the student withdrawal deadline for Spring 2020 has been changed to Monday, April 20th.

To ensure that students have access to complete and accurate grade data on which to base their decision to withdraw, opt-in for the S/U grading option, or take a traditional grade for your class, please consider 1) posting all hidden grades for items in your Webcourses@UCF course Gradebook and 2) enabling a course grading scheme in each of your Webcourses@UCF courses by Friday, April 10th.

How to Post Hidden Grades

By default, Webcourses@UCF courses use an automatic course posting policy. To check if you have a hidden grade column in your Gradebook, please see the following guide: How do I hide or post assignment grades in SpeedGrader?

If you do have hidden grade columns follow the instructions in the following guide: How do I post grades for an assignment in the Gradebook?

For more information on posting policies in Webcourses@UCF, please visit this page on Gradebook Posting Policies.

Support guides for the Gradebook are available on Webcourses@UCF Support’s site or for assistance Submit a Webcourses@UCF Support Ticket.

How to Enable a Grading Scheme

To give students the most accurate Grade information, we recommend setting a course grading scheme in each of your Webcourses@UCF courses. This will not only help your students, but it will benefit you in a few weeks when you Import Final Grades from Webcourses@UCF to PeopleSoft.

Visit the following guide for step-by-step instructions on how to add a grading scheme to your course.

If you need assistance: Submit a Webcourses@UCF Support Ticket.

Please note that the student withdrawal deadline for Spring 2020 has been changed to Monday, April 20th and Grades are now due in myUCF on Saturday, May 2nd at Noon.

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