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Enrollment Services
Harkins Hall, Room 310
Phone: 401-865-2366
Fax Number: 401-865-1899
Cyberfriar PIN Resets: 401-865-1033

Inquiries about transcripts,
enrollment verifications and grades:

Inquiries about course registration and scheduling of classroom space:

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Faculty Online Grading Procedures

Step-by-step instructions for online grading are as follows:


1. Login to CyberFriar 


2. Click on "Faculty Services"


3. Click on the appropriate designation  for "View/Enter Final (or Mid Term) Grades"


4. Select current term (Spring 2015) and "Submit"


5. Select the appropriate Course Reference Number (CRN) for the course you wish to grade


6. Select grade from pull-down list in the "Grade" column - follow instructions at top of page referring to grades. If you do not submit a final grade for a student, the grade of NM (No Mark) will be issued to the student. (Lab sections are separate from the course. Please be sure to grade these sections accordingly. Please note: Lab sections from approved departments are automatically graded by Enrollment Services. All other lab courses must be graded by the instructor.  DWC Seminar courses are auto-graded with the grade of NG.)




7. Click on the "SUBMIT GRADES" button at the bottom of page when completed (a confirmation message will appear at top of page)


8. Review your online grade sheet and confirm that all students have been graded appropriately.  If a name does not appear on your final grade roster, this means the student is not registered for the course and, therefore, cannot be assigned a grade.  You must report this to the appropriate dean immediately, since the student cannot be graded until registration is resolved.


9. If desired, print a copy of submitted grades for your records


10. Exit CyberFriar



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