Faculty Grading

Teaching at Antlers

Summer 2017 Final Grading

Final grades are due 72 hours after the final examination or culminating experience in the course, regardless of the web closure time. 

  • Full Summer Session grading is available July 25 and due August 4 at 4pm.
  • Summer Session I grading is available June 14 and due June 26 at 4 pm.
  • Term A grading is available May 30 and due June 8 at 4 pm.
  • Term B grading is available June 14 and due June 26 at 4 pm.
  • Summer Session II grading is available July 25 and due  August 4 at 4 pm.
  • Term C grading is available July 6 and due  July 18 at 4 pm.
  • Term D grading is available July 25 and due  August 4 at 4 pm.

The online grading system closes for all users on August 4 at 4pm.

* Grading for approved extended experiences (beyond August 1) in internships, practica, projects and culminating activities may be submitted no later than August 25.

Faculty Grading Tutorials and Help

Faculty will enter mid-term and final grades using MyRedDragon and Banner Self Service.  The following tutorials will show you how to enter your grades using SUNY Cortland's online tools. 

If you experience any problems, please feel free to contact us.  If you experience any technical problems or password issues, the Help Desk is here to serve you as well (x2500).

Late Grade Submissions

If a grade is not recorded by the posted deadline, a grade of "LG" is recorded for the course.  The "LG" grade is visible to students and advisors on the transcript, the degree audit, and the class schedule. The "LG" grade does not impact the student GPA while it appears, but it will prevent the student from graduating, receiving a final transcript, receiving a final academic standing, and being listed on the Dean's/President's list status while the grade is unresolved.

Because the system must close for final processing, GPA calculations and degree conferrals; we unable to accept late grades using the online system. Late grades may  be submitted via the Associate Dean of the instructor's school.  Instructors should consult the Associate Dean to learn about school policies and requirements.