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Fall 2020 Full Semester Midterm Grading

Contributed by Vikki Levine on 10/16/20 

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Primary faculty assigned to a class can post midterm grades for full semester, undergraduate student courses, now through Wednesday, October 28 at 10:00pm via HomerConnect.

This is an opportunity to prepare for easy final grading by ensuring:

o   You can access Homer Connect?

o   All of the students attending your class are on your class roster?

o   All of the students on your class roster are attending your class?

If you have issues with any of the above situations please email registrar@ithaca.edu.

To post midterm grades:

1. Log into HomerConnect

2. Click ‘Faculty Grade Entry’

3. Choose ‘Midterm Grades’

4. Choose the class for which you want to post grades

5. Enter a grade for each student and click submit

Midterm grade requirements are located in the college catalog at: http://catalog.ithaca.edu/undergrad/academic-information/registration-course/

“It is College policy that by the midpoint of each semester all students be evaluated in each course in which they have enrolled. The method of evaluation is to be determined by each faculty member. This assessment is reflected in a midterm grade submitted to the Office of the Registrar in accordance with the schedule published by that office. The only exception to this policy is in those block courses that conclude in half a semester.

Deans and directors deal with this policy as it relates to the individual faculty members and courses within their school.”

Thank you

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