Once the Registrar's Office generates the grade rosters at the end of the term, you must use your Faculty Center to enter the grades for students enrolled in your class for a specific term.
The grade roster includes:
You can view and update a Grade Roster from your Faculty Center.
Classes that have had a grade roster created for the term will have a indicated to the left of the class course code.
For the selected Class and Term you see:
Before entering each student’s grade, you should confirm that you have the correct student by checking the ID and name displayed here.
A description of the Roster Grade values for each grade basis is available at https://www.ryerson.ca/registrar/faculty/.
You do not have to enter all your grades at one time. Clicking the button will save your work so that you can return to the roster and continue entering your grades at any time up until the Grading Deadline.
The default for the Approval Status is Not Reviewed, which allows you to enter and/or edit your grades. Once all the grades for the class have been entered, you must change the Approval Status to Approved.
You will receive a message after you have successfully submitted your class grades and changed the Approval Status to Approved.
Notice how you can no longer enter grades. You can edit grades at any time up until the grade submission deadline for the specific term – see https://www.ryerson.ca/registrar/faculty/ for published deadlines.
To edit your grades before the grade submission deadline:
Grade changes/revisions to already submitted grades can be requested through the Faculty Centre in RAMSS (directly within the Grade Roster). Some exceptions may still require the completed and authorized manual Grade/ Academic Standing Revision Form be returned to Student Records (POD70) for processing. Chairs/Directors must approve all automated grade revision requests. Please see Automated Grade Revision Process for more details. If you have problems with entering and revising grades, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 2292.