2021 Fall semester Notification of Entering and Grade Submission
National Tsing Hua University
Notification of Entering and Grade Submission of the 1st semester in Academic Year 2021
Please note the announcement regarding grade submission mentioned below.
I. Grade Submission
1. Grade Submission
According to NTHU Academic Calendar, the grade submission dates are as follows: The deadline of grade submission for all students this semester: January 28th, 2022. The system for entering grades will be available on 8:00 a.m., January 10th. Please finish grading and submit them to Division of Registration.
2. Applying for Grading Extension
If you can’t submit grades by January 28th, please fill out the application form for grade extension before January 10th . The application form shall be approved by the chief of the department and the dean. The deadline would be postponed to February. 14th. (before the new semester starts) Please refer to the instruction of the steps about applying for grading extension.
3. Regulations about the Delay of Grade Submission
In accordance with the Regulations 23 of National Tsing Hua University Academic Regulations, teacher who submits the grading reports beyond the required deadline will be referred to the department of academic affairs’ meeting.
4. Students’ Grade Announcement
Student questionnaire will be available by January 9th. To avoid affecting students’ filling the questionnaire, the grades will not be released until January 10th.
5. Regulations of Grades Rectification
Grade report could not be revised once been submitted to Division of Registration. Teachers may apply to revise the grades in accordance with the NTHU Academic Regulations 24:
Provide written request specifying the reasons for the revision and present the application to the chairperson of the department (graduate institute, degree program, center), and shall be subject to the approval by 3/4 of the faculties who attend the meeting of the department (graduate institute, degree program, office, center). The rectified grades should be sent to the Division of Registration in written form (before February. 18th) if the rectification is approved.
The application form could be download at Division of Registration webpage.
6. Students are applicable for COVID-19 vaccination leave
Students who have adverse reactions after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine may apply for vaccination leave for three days (including the day of vaccination). Instructors are requested to grant the leave application, and the leave should not be accounted toward the student's personal absence record, nor are their academic performance assessment deducted. In addition, according to the university regulations, students must take a leave of absence from the instructor in advance. In exceptional circumstances, the student can make up the leave application with a doctor’s certificate of diagnosis. Please refer the information:
II. Instructions for Entering Grades via Internet
Please refers to the PDF attachment “Instructions: Entering Grades” for further details.
Step 1: Enter the website of Academic Information Systems.
Step 2: Log in with your account number and password.
Step 3: Click on “Curriculum & Grades”, and then choose “Grades Enter.”à Read through the notes and then click “yes”
Step 4: Select course & evaluation method.
First, please fill out the willingness survey. If you haven’t clicked any choice, you won’t able to go to the next step to send out the grades. Your choices are allowed to be changed or revised repeatedly before February. 14th.
Second, select courses and evaluation methods.
Third, enter grades and send them out.
Step 5: Select method for entering grades: there are two methods—「Enter Grades Online」 and 「Upload Grades」
You can only use same method to grade all the students in the same class. If the instructor chooses “percentage grade” method, after saving the grades, the system will automatically transform those into the “letter grade” (see Table 1 for the correspondence between percentage grade and letter grade.)
Percentage Grade: Scores 100 ~ 0; passing grade: 70 points for graduate students, 60 points for undergraduates.
Letter Grade: Grade A+ ~ X; passing grade: B- for graduate students, C- for undergraduates.
Table 1. The correspondence between percentage grade and letter grade
Table 2. The definition of Letter GradeStep 6: After you submit grades to the Division of Registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Students will be able to see their grades on the Academic Information Systems simultaneously.
III. Authorizing an agent to enter grades
Instructors can authorize an assistant to enter grades. To do so, you need to provide the authorized account number and password to your agent to login the Academic Information Systems. Website address: https://www.ccxp.nthu.edu.tw/ccxp/INQUIRE/
IV. If you have any questions regarding entering grades, please contact the Division of Registration.
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