Grades & Appeals2019-05-29T15:09:22-05:00

Grades & Appeals

Grades

Final grades are entered electronically in the student information system by the Course Instructor, not the Dual Enrollment Office. Only the Course Instructor assigned to each course may enter grades for their students. It is the responsibility of the instructor to verify the accuracy of the final class roster, and report any discrepancies to the program director.

Grades are issued at the end of each Dual Enrollment Online Term, or High School Semester. Grades must be entered no earlier than 14 days prior to the last day of the course section and no later than 7 days after the course ends. If the instructor does not have a final grade for the student, they must enter an “N” (no grade) for the student. All “N” and “I” grades must be replaced with a final grade for the course within the timeframe allotted, or they will be replaced by a grade of “F” when the end-of-term processes are run.

Students can access their grades immediately after they are posted by via their ERAU Student Account (ERNIE).

Appeals

Dual Enrollment students who wish to appeal their final course grade must first communicate with the instructor to attempt to resolve the issue.

  • The meeting must be arranged as soon as possible after the final course grades have been issued (no later than 7 days after the end of the course).
  • The grounds for appeal must pertain to suspected mathematical errors in computing the final grade or a misinterpretation of course performance weighted elements.
  • Except for the most unusual circumstances, appeals challenging the academic judgment of the course instructor are not acceptable.

If the dispute cannot be resolved between the student and the instructor, the student has three weeks (21 days) after the final grades have been issued to initiate a written appeal to the Dual Enrollment Office.

The Dual Enrollment Office will follow the applicable University policy to render a final decision. Final decisions will be returned to the Dual Enrollment Student as soon as possible.

Incomplete Grades

An incomplete grade must be completed no later than 7 working days after the end of the Online Term or On-Ground High School Semester in which the course was taken. The course instructor may require a student to complete the course requirements earlier than seven (7) working days following the end of the Online Term or On-Ground High School Semester.

  • Students not completing their courses within the time limit will receive a failing grade “F” in the course.
  • Requests may be submitted in writing to the Dual Enrollment Office

Students may complete and submit a written request for an incomplete grade through their Homeschool Administrator or High School Counselor.

  • The designated individual will then submit the official request and incomplete grade approval in writing to the Dual Enrollment Office for review.
  • The timeline for making up incomplete grades may only be extended in cases required by a child’s 504/508 plan(s).

Students may complete and submit a written request for an incomplete grade through their School District DSO and/or High School Counselor.

  • The designated individual will then submit the official request and incomplete grade approval in writing to the Dual Enrollment Office for review.
  • The timeline for making up incomplete grades may only be extended in cases required by a child’s 504/508 plan(s).

Transcripts

For all completed dual enrollment courses via the Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment Program, students can request their official transcripts by completing the Transcript Request Form. The student will be notified by email when the order has been submitted. As a courtesy, the first official transcript order is free, all others beyond that are subject to a $15.00 fee, per transcript. Please note, an ERAU Student ID Number will need to be entered on this form.

If a student experiences any technical issues with ordering their transcript, they should contact the Dual Enrollment Office as soon as possible.