Grades: Records

Type: 
Policy
Category: 
Students
Governance Council: 
Learning Council
Contact Email: 
Responsible Executive Authority: 
Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs
Purpose: 

All college instructors are responsible for maintaining class records and documenting student progress and achievement as a basis for determining final grades for each student. This may be a class grade book (paper or electronic) or comparable record, but it is the responsibility of the instructor to maintain accurate justification for grades given to each student. Lane instructors are expected to make timely submission of grades, and to maintain class records and document student progress.

Narrative: 

Grade Reports

Grades are recorded and available to students by the first Wednesday after the end of each term.

Students may access their grades by using myLane from Lane's Home Page. After successfully logging in (with your 'L' number and pin), click on "My Enrollment ", then "Final Grades".

All college instructors are responsible for maintaining class records and documenting student progress and achievement as a basis for determining final grades for each student. This may be a class grade book (paper or electronic) or comparable record, but it is the responsibility of the instructor to maintain accurate justification for grades given to each student.

All college instructors are responsible for timely submission of grades using myLane, by midnight on the Tuesday following the last Friday of the term.

All instructors must record attendance or class participation records for the following purposes:

  1. Documentation for state reimbursement for vocational programs;
  2. Documentation if attendance is used as a basis for grade;
  3. Documentation for the one-year make-up period allowed for an Incomplete grade;
  4. Documentation for the No Show Drops procedure;
  5. Variable credit in progress; and
  6. Appropriate instructors need to maintain specific information required by federal and state reports.

The department shall keep class records in the department for a minimum of one year; after one year, class records shall be submitted to Records Management.

Date Adopted: 
Monday, November 1, 1999
Date Last Reviewed: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011