UWG Grade Posting and Grade Distribution Policy
Public “Posting” of Grades
Posting, or any other display of grades, complies with the following conditions:
1. Grades are posted in such a way that the identity of any individual grade recipient would not be publicly revealed.
2. List of grades for any organized classes or course sections with seven (7) or fewer students are not posted or in any way made publicly available.
Distribution of Final Course Grades
Upon written request, the final, end of term, class (or course section) grade distribution (for example, total number of As, Bs, Cs, etc.) will be made available for any class or course section with a final enrollment of eight or more students. However, grade distribution data will not be provided in any instance that identifies any individual grade recipient. Grade distribution reports reflect end of term, final course grades as reported to the Board of Regents. Any changes made to course grades, such as the removal of an incomplete, are not reflected in these end of term reports.
Grade Distribution Reports
It is important to note that the information on this web site may differ from data reported by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment to other federal, state, and regional agencies due to differences in reporting guidelines, reporting definitions, and the timing of when the information was prepared.
Semester ADC Census I Date ADC I Due Date Summer July 8 July 15 Fall October 7 October 14 Spring February 22 March 3
ADC Census I Date: July 8
ADC I Due Date: July 15
ADC Census I Date: October 7
ADC I Due Date: October 14
ADC Census I Date: February 22
ADC I Due Date: March 3
Semester ADC II Census Date ADC II Due Date Summer August 6 August 13 Fall December 20 January 7 Spring May 12 May 21
ADC II Census Date: August 6
ADC II Due Date: August 13
ADC II Census Date: December 20
ADC II Due Date: January 7
ADC II Census Date: May 12
ADC II Due Date: May 21
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