Midterm grading is now closed for this fall semester, however students will still be able to view their midterm grades through GoWMU.
This fall semester, 663 sections participated in midterm grading; a total of 23, 880 midterm grades were submitted.
There are three periods of time related to student withdrawals, as a summary:
All withdrawals appear as a ‘W’ on the student’s transcript and do not affect the students’ WMU gpa.
Faculty and staff now have access to the schedule view students use when searching for courses. To access this view, log in to GoWMU, from the faculty/staff home tab, click on Faculty menu. Then scroll down to click on ‘Search Course Offerings’. From here you can select the subject and course, the information is returned in a format which allows you to view the enrollment and other information for many sections.
True or false?
An advisor does not have to allow a student to inspect and review her/his personal notes about the student that are held in a file in the desk of the advisor's office.
Monday, Oct. 29 - Fall 2008 schedules available to departments. for update
Monday, Nov. 5 - Last day for students to withdraw for Fall 2007.
Monday, Nov. 5 - Summer I & II final review begins
Friday, Nov. 9 - Summer I and II final corrections due by 5:00 pm.
Wednesday, Nov. 21 - Thanksgiving recess begins at noon
Monday, Nov. 26 - Classes resume
Monday, Dec. 10 - Final exam week begins
True, "sole possession" records are an exception to the definition of education records and are therefore not accessible by the student.
The definition of "sole possession" records:
Records that are kept in the sole possession of the maker, are used only as a personal memory aid, and are not accessible or revealed to any other person except a temporary substitute for the maker of the record.
Any record that is made in conjunction with a student or other school official is not a sole possession record.
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