Continuous Grade Reporting CQI Team

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Team ID: 
253
Date Started: 
September 1997
Objective: 
To review credit grade processing and reporting, considering the plan for the Commonwealth; the addition of Dickinson School of Law; future plans for credit course offerings, such as the World Campus; current limitations; and new technology that might improve the processes.
Desired Results: 

Students who are to be academic drops will be done continuously; Independent learning grades should be able to go directly to the student’s transcript; Grades will be reported before end of semester, such as in the case of intersession

The process improvements will free up time for the staff to absorb new workload

Implemented a new grade reporting system

The new system improved efficiency, effectiveness, and accuracy

The updating of grades to the student transcript are made each week to the transcript for part-semester courses

Daily ISIS grade updates now begin at the last day of finals

The new system can now accommodate the Dickinson School of Law Spring schedule for graduating seniors in mid-May and non-seniors in June. This capability was non-existent prior to the new system

Other new capabilities include multiple semester processing and the timely notification of Academic Actions

notification of Academic Actions
N - Academic drop actions are calculated with each grade run if all grades for the student have been

Academic drop actions are calculated with each grade run if all grades for the student have been submitted

Contact Person: 
Gary Hile
Members:
  • Jim Wager, Sponsor
  • Gary Hile, Leader
  • Mary Ellen Litzinger, Facilitator