The Academic Advising and Registration Office emails faculty instructions on how to enter final grades into the WebAdvisor portal on the Monday of the thirteenth week of the semester (students are not permitted to withdraw after the twelfth week of classes).
Faculty must enter final grades into WebAdvisor, the Monday after the last day of classes for the semester. There are no exceptions to the due date. Final grades are available to students once all grades are entered and they are verified by the Academic Advising and Registration Office.
Faculty are obligated to assign a grade to each student who is still registered for their class. If a student is listed as anything other than a drop on the roster, the student is still officially registered for the class and MUST be assigned a grade.
Valid final undergraduate grades are: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D-, F, I*, W, WN, WF**.
Valid final graduate grades are: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, F, I*, W, WN, WF**.
* A grade of I (incomplete) should only be given rarely, when a student has encountered an unusual situation that prevents them from completing a SMALL portion of the semester’s work. When entering an “I” grade in WebAdvisor, the faculty must also enter an expiration date. This date will be provided by the Academic Advising and Registration Office. Incomplete (“I”) grades should NOT be assigned to a student if a student has stopped coming to class or has missed several assignments. If a grade of “I” is given to a student, faculty must also submit an Incomplete Grade Verification form and submit it to the Academic Advising and Registration Office in addition to submitting the “I” grade via WebAdvisor. The faculty and appropriate Chair must sign this form before its submission. Program Managers and the Academic Advising and Registration Office can provide the form. Grades of “I” automatically become “F” if the instructor has not submitted a grade change form by the end of the next full semester.
** The “WF” grade is counted in the student’s grade point average calculation like an “F” grade. Students that receive a “WF” grade for all classes in a semester will be completely withdrawn from CCS effective on the last date of attendance. “WF” grades may affect grade point average and satisfactory academic progress.