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1 Web Grading Instructions for Faculty on How to Assign Grades Using Banner Self-Service

2 Where Do I Begin?  Access Banner Self Service at  Click on Self Service Banner (for Faculty) link

3 You will need...  Your University ID  Your Self Service PIN  Helpful Hint: If you have gotten your new Cougar ID Card, your University ID is located on the bottom left-hand side. It is the 9-digit number that begins with an ‘8’.

4 Enter CougarNet Secure Area

5 Log In  Enter your University ID in the User ID field  Enter your 6-character PIN in the PIN field  Click on Login Button

6 What If I Don’t Remember My PIN?  Click on the University ID & PIN Lookup Button

7 Lookup University ID and PIN  Enter your SIUE e-ID and password  Click Continue  Your ID and 6-character PIN will be displayed  Close the window to return to login page

8 Click on Faculty & Advisors

9 Click on Final Grades

10 Select Spring 2008

11 Select the class you want to grade  Use the drop down arrow if you are teaching more than one class  Click on the class you want to grade  Click on the Submit button

12 Enter Grades  Use the drop-down arrow to select the appropriate grade for each student in your class.  When you have finished, click the Submit button at the bottom of the form.

13 Be Careful….  If you use the scroll button on your mouse, be sure to click outside of the grade field first to avoid inadvertently changing grades.  If you make a mistake or need to change a grade, just re-select from the list and click the Submit button.  You can change grades as many times as necessary using this feature until Monday, May 12th at Noon.  You will be logged out after 30 minutes of non- activity. Be sure to Submit often to avoid losing grades when you anticipate periods of inactivity.

14 Last Attend Date  You may record the last date a student attended if he/she stopped attending or withdrew, however this field is not currently required. You may leave it blank.  We currently process last date of attendance using student withdrawal information and/or WR procedures.

15 Attend Hours  This field should be left blank.  Attendance hours may be calculated using other information stored within the system. We are not collecting this data through entry during grade submission.

16 What if someone is missing from my list?  If a student does not appear on your class list, he/she is not officially registered in the class.  Students who are not officially registered are not entitled to receive grades and should not have been permitted to attend.  Students may be referred to the Service Center to resolve enrollment questions, however registration is not permitted after the second week of class (or equivalent for short term classes).

17 Grading Notes

18 Audit  An audit grade will default for any student who registered in audit status.  You will not be required to submit a grade for these students nor will you be able to issue a grade of audit unless the student registered in audit status.

19 Withdrawal  Students who withdrew within University deadlines will automatically be assigned a grade of “W”.  You may not issue a grade of “W”. This grade is the result of student withdrawal procedures.

20 WP or WF  A grade of “WP” will default for any student who withdrew during weeks 11 through 13 (or the equivalent for shorter classes).  You may change this grade to a “WF” if the student was failing at the time of withdrawal by selecting the “WF” and clicking the Submit button.

21 Non-Attendance: WR or UW  If you requested to have a student dropped for non-attendance during weeks 3-10, a “WR” grade will display on your roster.  If you did not drop a student for non- attendance prior to week 10 and the student failed to properly withdraw, you may issue an Unauthorized Withdrawal by selecting “UW”.

22 Available Grades  You will only have access to use grades that are appropriate for the class you are teaching.  For example, you will only see “PR” on the list of grades if you are teaching a Skills course.

23 Continue Grading…

24 Grade the next class…

25 CRN Selection brings you back to the list of classes you are teaching  Select the next class from the list  Click Submit

26 Click on Final Grades

27 Enter Grades  Use the drop-down arrow to select the appropriate grade for each student in your class.  When you have finished, click the Submit button at the bottom of the form.

28 What if a class is missing from my list?  If the class does not appear on your drop-down list, you have not been assigned to the class in Banner.  Contact your department and ask that they notify Academic Scheduling about your assignment at or

29 Don’t Forget to Log Off...  Click Exit to log out of your session.

30 Questions or Problems Laura Strom Chris Leopold Heather Yeager Lisa Hyde Anne Kates


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