How are grades determined?
Instructors will describe their policies on evaluation and assignment of grades for each class in the class syllabus. For questions about specific course procedures, projects, and exams, contact the instructor.
Grades are available online via DuckWeb. No individual term grade reports are mailed.
Are there tests?
Some courses focus on discussion or other participation for determining grades. Other courses require that you take in-person exams at a pre-arranged testing location. The Social Science Instructional Lab (SSIL) administers exams in Eugene and Portland and will coordinate with remote testing locations in other areas on your behalf.
If your course requires proctored exams, you may schedule test times through the SSIL website.
How will grades appear on a transcript?
There is no difference on a UO transcript between online course credit and on-campus course credit.
You can print unofficial transcripts from your DuckWeb account. Official transcripts can be ordered for free online, by mail, or by fax through the Office of the Registrar.