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Mid Semester Grading

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  • 1. Mid-Semester Estimates Tutorial
  • 2. Click the “myRedDragon” Link from the SUNY Cortland home page.
  • 3. Log into myRedDragon
  • 4. Click on the “Faculty Online” Tab
  • 5. Click on “Mid-Semester Estimates”
  • 6. Select the “Term” you are grading using the drop down menu.
  • 7. Select the “Course” you are grading using the drop down menu.
  • 8. This is the “Mid-Semester Estimates” worksheet. Scroll down to enter your grades.
  • 9. Verify this is the course you are ready to grade. Using the drop down menu under the “Grade” column, select the appropriate grade for each student. You must select and submit a grade for each student in your class. Failure to do so will result in No Grade being issued.
  • 10. If you are issuing a U or F, you have the opportunity to identify why the student is receiving that grade from any of the following reasons: Absences, Written Work, Tests, Study Habits, and Attitude. You may also indicate if the student (with improvement), has a chance to earn a grade of C. If the student never attended, please select “Never Attended” in the “Grade” column.
  • 11. Once you reach the last student on the page, be sure to select “ Save/Submit .” If you have more students, select the next record set.
  • 12. Once you have entered and saved all the grades, verify the number of grades submitted equals the number students in the course. That’s it, you’ve successfully completed entering your mid-semester estimates.