- Grades are available on the myShip portal.
- To view your grades - log into myShip.
- Click on the Student tab.
- Click on My Academics.
- Under Student Grades, select the term for which you would like to view any grades that have been submitted.
- Click on Go.
- GRADES WILL NOT BE MAILED.
If official grades are necessary, please request an official transcript
The policy approved by UCC in the Fall 2002 concerns the period of time to complete "Q" grades. The policy states "the maximum time that "Q" grades will be allowed to stay on a record, without conversion to a grade of "F", will be three (3) years.
The grade of I (incomplete)
should only be requested if you have successfully completed a majority of the
work for the course and due to overwhelming and unavoidable circumstances that
are beyond your control (e.g., serious illness, death in the family), you are
unable to complete all the requirements of the course. Being awarded an I is a
privilege not a right of the student and the decision to grant an incomplete
grade rests solely with the course instructor. When permission is granted by a
faculty member, the approval signature affirms that the remaining
assignments/requirements will be communicated to the student.
Stipulations regarding incomplete
should rarely request an incomplete grade.
- You must be
passing the course and be able to complete the remaining course assignments
without attending additional classes or needing additional instruction from the
faculty member. Incomplete grades are typically awarded near the end of the
semester when only a small amount of graded materials is required of the
- If you do
not complete the work for a course in which you received a grade of I by the
last day of classes (before final exam week) of the next full semester, you
will receive a grade of F for that course.
- If the
student is failing a course, an I cannot be awarded in place of the failing
Incompletes can be extremely
- You cannot
graduate from the university with a temporary grade on your record.
incomplete grade does not prevent academic action for dismissal.
grades affect the number of credits earned in the short term and may have an
impact on financial aid eligibility, athletic eligibility, or visa status for
First Day Attendance Policy
The first day attendance policy allows faculty to remove students from a course if they do not attend the first class session and do not provide notice to the faculty or the department secretary. This also applies to the first class after a student adds a course during schedule adjustment. This policy is not enforced during the summer sessions.
If students are dropped from a course this way, they may only reschedule if it is still open during schedule adjustment.
Even if students do not attend the first class, they are still responsible for officially dropping the course during schedule adjustment. Otherwise, they may remain scheduled for the course, which can result in fees being charged to them and a grade of "F" on their academic record.
For more information on grading policies, please refer to the College Catalog under "Academic Policies and Procedures".