Information regarding the internal assessment from basic objectives of the program to posting of results from faculty input are available on the internal web site. The site also includes the methods required each semester to provide student data to the Assessment Program Director.
Be sure that all students attending your class are enrolled.
Incorporate some method of documenting student attendance for possible questions during or after the semester. Keep attendance for each class meeting the enter semester. This will assist you in providing documentation for various offices on campus, particularly the Veterans' Affairs Office.
You will need to turn in your grade/attendance records at the end of the semester. These records include dates of attendance, recorded grades, method of computing grades, and explanation for "I" (incomplete grades). In case of a question after the semester ends, keep these records in a form that someone in the division office can interpret.
A grade book form is available, in PDF file format, which you may print and use to record attendance:
Grade book Form (PDF file)
The College adopted a class syllabus form for all faculty in the fall 2007 semester. It was determined through the Academic Affairs Committee that this is desirable to our students and useful to the faculty. The format has been adopted College-wide but customization for individual course requirements is allowed. The form and form tip sheet are available at the following links:
Class Syllabus (Word Document)
Class Syllabus Tip Sheet (Word Document)
Duplication services are available on campus through the copy center located in the Student Center. No provision for reimbursement for copy work is available. Copy work order forms are available in your division office. Division offices will provide account numbers. Note that approval must be obtained for more than 500 copies. You should allow 24 hours for your work to be returned to your faculty mailbox.
NEW: As a convenience to faculty and staff, an electronic print request form is now available. A special mail box has been created to receive your copy requests. The link below may be used to open and complete a print request form (requires Microsoft Word 97 or newer version). Complete the form with your name, date, division, phone, account number, and other necessary information. Email both the form AND the file to be copied to:
Print Request Form (Word Document)
All curriculum forms are available on-line in Word format to allow for easy access to all faculty.
Rose State College uses a four-point grading system: A, B, C, D, and F. For students who withdraw after the drop/add timeframe, a "W" is assigned. If students have completed the majority of the work required for a productive grade in the class, but encounters an extenuating circumstance, the professor may elect to assign an incomplete (I) grade. If the professor does so, conditions for completion must be documented on the back of the grade form submitted to the division office.
For liability purposes, the division office must be notified about any guest speaker or guest lecturer in your classroom.
Grades are submitted electronically through the PeopleSoft system. Instructions on the process are available at this link:
PeopleSoft Grading System
Downloadable PDF file of "Grade Reporting in a Nutshell"