Student Grade Submission using CUNYfirst
General Contact Information
Office of the Registrar
151 E 25th Street, Box H-0850
New York, NY 10010
151 25th Street, Room #850
Summer session I (5W1) grade submission deadline: July 19, 2018
Summer session II (5W2) and III (10W) grade submission deadline:August 21, 2018
Baruch’s on-line grading system via CUNYfirst allows you to submit final grades from on or off-campus. Once you have entered, reviewed, and saved your grade roster, you must then click on submit grades to the Registrar which will prompt the “POST” button; You must click on “POST” 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.
You are able to assign the grade of WU to students on the final
grade roster provided they have not taken the final exam.
As you are aware, CUNY has enacted a new grading deadline policy. This policy states that grades are to be submitted no later than three (3) business days after the last day of the final exam period. This term, that means Thursday, July 19, 2018 (by 11:59pm). Starting July 20, grades must be submitted via our usual post-deadline submission policy. You must print the CUNYfirst version of your roster, manually record the grades, sign it, and have your Dean or a Dean’s designee sign the roster and either bring the roster to the Registrar’s Office (H-850) or scan and email it from your Baruch email address to GradeRosters@Baruch.cuny.edu.
Please visit the following link for information on how to submit and post your grades. Please pay careful attention to the various drop down indicators such as Grade Roster Type, Midterm, Final grade.
Failure to enter grades on time will cause great inconvenience to our students:
- The grades are needed in order to confer summer 2018 degrees.
- Students on probation may not register for the fall 2018 terms until their summer 2018 grades have been entered and reviewed.
- Some of your courses are pre-requisites for summer and fall 2018 courses.
- Delayed grades delay the distribution of financial aid packages.
- Students depend on their company tuition re-imbursement plan to meet their tuition payment obligation to the college.
Everyone in the campus community must claim their EMPL ID. Please visit the following link:
Similar to WebGrade, you may access the system from any internet-accessible computer using a web browser. The system allows you to enter your final grades, review, save, revisit, confirm and "click" to post.
As with any new system, familiarity is key, please visit the CUNYfirst site and review the instructions to submit grades.
Baruch College employs several grades in addition to the traditional letter grades. They are listed in official location, such as Non-Traditional Grades.
For technical assistance using CUNYfirst, contact the BCTC Help Desk at 646-312-1010.
For questions related to grading policy and due dates contact the Office of the Registrar at 646-312-1195.