Grade Center Access

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Instructors and teaching assistants with access to Grade Center can:

  • Review and download the class list,
  • Add and edit student grades and feedback,
  • Share information with students about their performance in the course, and
  • Calculate final course grades.

While only Instructors, TAs and Graders have access to Grade Center, students can review their own performance in the course through their My Grades page.

Student grades can be provided and managed for assignments, tests, discussion posts, journals, blogs, and wikis, and for tests or surveys. Grade columns can be created for any activity or method of assessment you want to grade such as special projects or essays.

NOTE: The Repository of Student Information (ROSI) is the official system recognized by the University of Toronto for student grades.  Students should understand that My Grades allows them early access to preliminary grades, but does not represent their official final marks. For more information on University of Toronto policies and guidelines regarding the posting and distribution of grades, please visit the Q and A for Instructors under Policies & Guidelines:FIPPA on the website of the Vice-President and Provost.

Accessing the Grade Center

NB: This menu is an expandable and collapsible menu. 
If it is collapsed, click on the caret  to the left of the menu item to expand the menu.
 

  1. Go to Control Panel.  Click Grade Center

    a. The Full Grade Center link displays all columns and rows in the Grade Center and is the default view of the Grade Center.
    b. The Needs Grading link displays a page listing all test and assignment attempts ready for grading or review.