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Accessing and Tracking Grades

Accessing Final Grades
You can view your final semester grades as well as your schedule, overall academic standing and other academic information by visiting my.bsu.edu. You can also authorize parents or others to view your academic information. Learn more about how you can grant others proxy access to certain pieces of your information. Also make sure you review the FAQ's about proxy access.

A complete copy of your official Ball State academic transcript, can still be requested through my.bsu.edu, or by visiting the Office of Registration and Academic Progress in LU B43.

Accessing Grades Throughout the Term
To find current grades in courses during the course of a semester requires the student's responsibility to know how the teacher will "post" or inform the class of grades.  The instructor may use an internet tool to report grades (Web Gradebook and Blackboard are examples), but many instructors do not, and students should not expect to be able to track all grades online. It's always a good idea to have a record for yourself if questions arise, and to take action if you have less than satisfactory grades. It's also expected that students will take note of how the teacher has set up the grading scale and how the student will be evaluated for the course grade. You will always be able to find pertinent information about grades and grading percentages on the syllabus for the course. Remember that your official final grades are those issued by the Registrar's Office at the end of the term.