Refer to Academic Calendar
Last class session: Remind students to complete the online course evaluation
Grading must comply with the Academic Graduate Grades and Grade Report policy set by the University. If you have any questions about the grading procedures, please contact us at (202) 319-5085 or cua‑firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grades must be submitted by the last week of term. The deadline for submitting grades for graduating students is generally a day before all other students.
Summer grades are due 48 hours after the last class.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
If it's been awhile since you've logged onto Cardinal Students and you need to reset your password: https://computing.cua.edu/password/
Once the semester ends, you will retain access to your cua.edu mail and other university platforms - Blackboard, Cardinal Faculty and Staff, etc., for 270 days.
Because students in our program must pass a comprehensive examination in order to earn their degree, the exam-taking experience is an important part of their graduate study. In light of this, faculty are encouraged to give in-class, essay-type exams where appropriate.
Toward the end of the term your students will receive an email from the Office of Financial Planning, Institutional Research and Assessment with a link to a course evaluation for your class. Feedback is important, so please encourage your students to heed that email and complete the course evaluation. If you have a technology classroom, consider stepping away for 7 minutes on the last day of your class so the students can complete the evaluation.
Students receive an email which will include links to all course evaluations for all their classes. Do remind your students to complete the evaluation for your class.
Course Evaluation Reports
Evaluations are used to evaluate the instructor's qualifications for promotion, reappointment or continuous employment as well as to adjust curriculum and course assignments. Any member of the university community - students, instructors, staff -- may access the course evaluation reports. These reports do not include student comments in response to open-ended questions (those comments are shared only with the individual instructor and the administration)