What are the acceptable grades that can be assigned?
Using REGIS, the online grading system, the list of valid
grades appears at the top of the online roster.
When a student is listed on your online roster, but has never attended your class, the grade should be left blank.
The TZ should only be
assigned when a student is unable to complete the semester's course
work due to a verifiable emergency situation. The student and faculty
member should endeavor to reach an agreement as soon as possible as to
how the course should be completed. The TZ will have no immediate
effect on a student's GPA, however, if the situation is not resolved
within the following semester, the TZ will convert to an F, and the GPA
will be recalculated accordingly.
The TF is assigned
if the student does not complete the course work required, or has not
taken the final exam. The TF will be calculated into the GPA
immediately. If the course work is not made up within the following
semester, the TF converts to an F.
How do you change a grade?
Grade changes can be made by accessing your class roster at: http://nbregistrar.rutgers.edu/facstaff/index.htm -- then click on Grade Changes.
LOGIN with your NetID and password to enter the Electronic Grade Change
System. You can either go directly to your roster and change the grade,
submit the grade change by searching for an individual student. Both
options are available. If you have any questions concerning this
process, please call the Registrar's Records Department at 848-445-3260.
Students may verify their completed grade changes online at: https://www.acs.rutgers.edu/grades.
Students may order new transcripts online (after a grade change) through the Registrar's Transcripts Office web site at: http://transcripts.rutgers.edu
How do you Submit Warnings and Grades?
It is vital that you submit both your Warning Grades and your Final Grades in a timely manner! Timely submission of your Final Grades online could be crucial in determining a student's graduation.
The following are the warnings that can be submitted on the Warning Roster:
W1 = Warning for poor performance
W2 = Warning for poor attendance
W3 = Warning for poor performance and poor attendance
Updated: August 27, 2010