Frequently Asked Questions
When is the Fall 2020 Grading deadline?
Wednesday 12/23/2020 at 4 p.m.
Will this be changed due to the unexpected systems downtime on 12/21/2020?
No. The deadline must be honored due to the end of term processes that are dependent on grades being submitted (academic standing, satisfactory academic progress, dean’s list and honors, etc.). We appreciate your understanding at this time and thank you for submitting your grades by the deadline.
Instructions for Entering Grades
Late submission of grades affects many things, including graduation, probation and dismissal, Dean's List, and financial aid eligibility. The deans have asked that they be notified of late grades.
- Instructions for submitting Final Grades
- Instructions for uploading grades with a CSV file
- Instructions for exporting from a HuskyCT Grade Book to a CSV file
- Instructions for sending grades from HuskyCT to StudentAdmin
If instructors wish to use grades from a HuskyCT Grade Book to create a CSV file for the new grade upload option they can also contact the Education Technologies HuskyCT Support staff for assistance (6-5052; email@example.com).
It is not necessary for you to enter all of the grades for the course in a single session. As long as the Approval Status is not set to Approved and the Registrar's Office has not posted the grades, you will be able to update the Grade Roster. You must click on the Save button before leaving the grade-posting page in order to save the grades you have entered. A feature of the system allows you to "Display Ungraded Students Only" by clicking on a check box.
If you need to change a grade that has already been posted, you may do so using the Student Administration System. See Grade Change Instructions. Users that have multiple roles at the University do not have access to this feature. If you are unable to submit grade changes through the system please email firstname.lastname@example.org from your UConn email account with the grade change request. Please include the semester, course, student's name and ID#, and the old and new grade.
Semester grades should be reported to the Registrar as soon as possible after the completion of the course final examination and no later than 72 hours after the completion of the exam. Late submission of grades affects many things, including graduation, probation and dismissal, Dean’s List, and financial aid eligibility. The deans have asked that they be notified of late grades.
The deadline for each semester is listed on the Academic Calendar.
If you have questions regarding grade submission, you can contact the Registrar's Office at (860) 486-3331, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also email the office at email@example.com.
If you have difficulty logging in to the system, please visit netid.uconn.edu.