Distance and Online Education
Faculty Center - CIDDE
Associate & Full-Time Faculty Resources
Student Help Resources
Institute for Teaching & Learning
Associate Faculty Support Committee
Online Educator Program
Phone: (949) 582-4397
Fax: (949) 364-0284
Dean of Online Education
and Learning Resources
Senior Administrative Assistant
BGS 249 (CIDDE)
Administrative Support for BSI
Division ASG Senator
Division Operational Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
During the course, it is the instructor's responsibility to both grade and notify the student of his or her grades within a timely manner. To report out your grade, the faculty member can post your grade onto Blackboard under its confidential grading system and/or simply return the graded course materials to you. Instructors may or may not return graded course materials to you; however, all students have the right to know their grades throughout the course.
Note: Information about the instructor's grading policy is generally included in the course syllabus. Make sure that you both read and fully understand how you will be graded in the course. Ask your instructor whenever you have questions or concerns about the grading criteria.
Take your grades seriously. You cannot afford to get bad grades, especially if you plan to transfer onto a four year college/university.
To receive your final course grade, simply access your grades online via the MySite portal. The faculty member has a period of five working days after the final class session to grade, calculate, and submit his/her final grades. This period may vary, especially in Fall when the due date for Fall grades is traditionally during the first week of January.
All instructors submit their final course grades online via MySite.
Note: There may be a delay of 24 to 48 hours between the faculty's online grade submission and the posting of these grades onto MySite.
- Student grades are confidential. They are exclusive to the student.
- While parents may pay for your college tuition/books, they do not own your grades. Parents can have access your grades with your permission.
- You are NOT entitled to a grade, you earn it.
- Earning a good grade generally requires you to attend class, take notes, and study a ratio of 1 hour of study time to 1 hour of class.
- You have a right to challenge a grade whenever you feel that it may be incorrect or unfair. For information about your grade concern, please click here.
Get involved in campus life. Students who are closely connected to the college community tend to be more successful than their counterparts. For information about campus clubs and organization, click here.