Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
This email is being sent to all members of the Baruch College faculty.
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From: Edward D. Adams, Senior Registrar
Dear Spring 2014 Faculty,
CUNYfirst Grading via Faculty Self-Service is currently available for Spring 2014 grade submission but will close at 11:59pm on Friday, May 30, 2014.
CUNYfirst Grading is Baruch’s on-line grading system that allows you to submit final grades on-line from on or off-campus. Once you have entered and reviewed your grade roster, you must then click on the “POST” button in order for your final grades to be officially submitted. Once your grades have been posted, the students will be able to view them instantaneously via CUNYfirst Student Self-Service.
After CUNYfirst grading is closed, all students with ungraded courses will be assigned a ‘Z’ grade. The students will be directed to the faculty member concerning their grade.
Failure to enter your grades on time will cause great inconvenience to the students as well as to you (you will need to submit your grades to the Registrar’s Office).
- We need to have these grades in order to confer Spring 2014 degrees.
- Students on probation may not register for the Summer/Fall 2014 terms until their Spring grades have been entered and reviewed.
- Some of your courses are pre-requisites for Summer and Fall courses.
- Students depend on their company tuition re-imbursement plan to meet their tuition payment obligation to the college.
Please click on the following link for the CUNYfirst grading policy and instructions:
Claiming Your CUNYfirst Account:
You must claim your CUNYfirst account in order to submit your Spring 2014 grades, please clink on the following link to claim your account, if you have not already done so:
Should you encounter technical problems while using the CUNYfirst Self-Service system, please contact the Computing and Technology Help Desk at 646.312.1010.
Questions regarding grading policies should be directed to Beverley King, Associate Registrar, at 646.312.1195 or to me at the number listed below.
Edward D. Adams