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You can view your grades in several places:

  1. Log into Blackboard.
  2. Click GRADES from the left navigation menu.
  3. Grades are organized by course name and term in alphabetical order. You can select most items in any course to view details.


  4. Select a course name to go to that course's grades page. Remember: You may have two types of courses (Original or Ultra).

  5. If your instructor has set up the overall grade, select the grade pill next to the name of your course to open a panel with more information.

Whenever your instructor grades an assignment, test, or graded discussion, you can access the grade in your stream. If your instructor updates a grade, the grade is also updated in the stream.

  1. Log into Blackboard.
  2. Click ACTIVITY STREAM from the left navigation menu.
  3. Scroll through the stream to identify recently updated grades.



  4. Click on VIEW GRADE for an assignment with a newly posted grade.

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  1. Enter the Course that you want to see your grade in
  2. Access the My Grades section through  the Course Menu > Tools on the left
  3. Click on My Grades.  There are columns for name, relevant dates, grade and comments.  The instructor might have changed the look, but the information will not be affected
  4. Work that is in progress will show a Notepad icon, and work that is waiting for a grade shows a green exclamation point. A green exclamation point denotes needs grading, and a blue square represents your exemption from an assignment
  1. Log into Blackboard and access your Ultra course.
  2. Click on the gradebook icon (A) in the top left navigation bar.



  3. The grades page will display for your Ultra course.
  1. Log into Blackboard and access your Ultra course.
  2. Access the assignment. The Details & Information panel appears on the left.



  3. View your current grade and how it was calculated. You can also view how many attempts you have and if any submissions are or will be late. 
    • If the due date has passed, you will be informed that the next attempt will be marked late. 
    • After the due date passes, you may see zeros for work you haven't submitted. You can still submit attempts to update your grade. Your instructor determines grade penalties for late work.
  4. Select the grade pill to access your submission. If you made multiple submissions, the Submission panel opens. If your instructor annotated a file you uploaded as your submission, you can view any embedded feedback.

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