Online grading allows faculty and departments to submit grades from anywhere with an Internet connection. Grade rosters display up-to-date enrollment information, e.g., late adds and "W" grades. Completed grade rosters are available for viewing on the web indefinitely. Primary instructors can authorize others, including administrative assistants and T.A.s, to assist with grading.
First time using e-grading? Take a look at the training manual (PDF) for detailed instructions.
Want something you can take with you? Print out our quick reference card for e-grading (PDF).
Full grading security access is automatically granted to primary instructors who can then delegate security access to others who may assist them in the grading process. No special forms are needed.
To delegate grading access to others, go to the Campus Information Services and select the employee tab. go to the grading menu and select "Grant Security to Other Employees".
Employees who need to view, save, or post grades for several instructors within a college or department may be granted access by the department chair using the E-grading Authorization Form. Return the completed form to the Student Systems Office located in Room 60 SSB.
If you have read the information above and still need to fill out the security access form, proceed to the online FERPA Review. The form will be available after completing the FERPA Review.
For e-grading help please contact the Student Systems Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
What if I want my T.A. to post my grades?
You can authorize your T.A. to view, save, or post grades.
Can I print a copy of my grade roster?
Yes, you can print a copy, however, you can also view your grade rosters online. They will be available indefinitely.
How do I change a grade once it is posted?
You can submit a grade change form to the Registrar's Office.
What happens if I don't post my grades by the deadline?
You will be required to submit a Report of Credit to the Registrar's Office for each student in your class.
If I am a co-instructor for a course, will I have immediate access to online grading or will a primary instructor be responsible for posting the grades?
Both co-instructors can be designated as primary instructors and will have access to post grades.
I haven't ever used the campus employee portal. Is there an instruction page that will give me step-by-step instructions on how to log on and access online grading?
Yes, log on instructions can be accessed at http://gate.acs.utah.edu. Information regarding ID numbers and passwords is accessible through the link, What is my uNID and Password. Detailed instructions are also listed in the E-grading training manual.
How do I insure that the instructors in my department receive correct security access for grading?
Individuals reported to the Scheduling Office as primary instructors will have security access for grading. Primary instructors can then delegate grading access to others, including secondary instructors, TA's, Administrative Assistants, etc. by selecting the menu item, "Grant Security to Other Employees" located under the "grading" menu on the Campus Information Services.
What do the CLEAR and RESET buttons do?
The clear button removes all grades from the grade roster. The reset button removes grades just entered. This will not affect grades already saved.
How do I change a grade for one of my students?
A "Report of Credit/Change in Final Grade form" is required to change a student's grade after one has been posted. Forms are available in your departmental office or with staff/faculty ID at the Registrar's Office window. The Department Chairperson's signature is not required when removing an incomplete or assigning a grade for a student.
How do I report grades for my students after the Grading deadline?
A "Report of Credit/Change in Final Grade form" is required to report each student's grade after grades are due. Forms are available in your departmental office or with staff/faculty ID at the Registrar's Office window. The Department Chairperson's signature is not required when removing an incomplete or assigning a grade for a student.