A report on the grades you got for your courses during a semester. The report is issued by the Registrar's Office at the end of a semester.
A report of the student's grades earned at the end of each semester.
Available at the end of each term/academic session (December, April, Summer Session I and Summer Session II), your grade report lists the courses you took during the term and the grades you earned (including withdrawals and failures). Any fees owing to the University for the term/session must be paid in full before you can receive your grade report or view your grades through WebAdvisor.
A grade report is released by the Registrar to each student at the conclusion of a semester. It notes the courses attempted and the grades assigned (if applicable) and the resulting decision(s) of the Program Committee.
An official "final grade report" is issued to every student who is taking a credit course at the end of each term.
A regionally accredited university will mail each student a grade report to inform them of the grade they earned in a particular class. The grade report does not constitute an official transcript. Close this Window
An unofficial transcript that shows the student's grades in all courses taken to date