Grade submission deadlines

Official final grades are submitted at the end of each term and are available to students through the WINGS Student Center. Grades are not mailed. Grades for each term must be imported from Canvas or entered in WINGS by the deadlines below.

2020-2021 Academic Year

SUMMER I grades are due: 8:00 am August 19, 2020
SUMMER II grades are due: 8:00 am August 19, 2020
SUMMER III grades are due: 8:00 am August 19, 2020
Summer classes that end August 28, 2020 - grades are due 8:00am September 3, 2020
FALL grades are due: 8:00 am December 30, 2020
WINTER INTERSESSION grades are due: 8:00 am January 29, 2021
SPRING grades are due: 8:00 am May 21, 2021

    2019-2020 Academic Year

     SUMMER I grades are due: 8:00 am August 21, 2019
     SUMMER II grades are due: 8:00 am August 21, 2019
     SUMMER III grades are due: 8:00 am August 21, 2019
     FALL grades are due: 8:00 am December 27, 2019
     WINTER INTERSESSION grades are due: 8:00 am January 31, 2020
     SPRING grades are due: 8:00 am May 22, 2020

Training documents/contacts

For questions on importing grades from Canvas to WINGS, contact Stephanie Speer in CATL or the 24/7 Canvas Help Line

Review the academic policies below for more information on grading procedures at UWL.

For directions on entering grades directly into WINGS, grade changes, incompletes, and other questions about the below policies, contact Deb Peterson in Records and Registration at 608.785.8578. 

Grade-related and academic eligibility policies

Appeal of final grade

Change of grade

Course repeat policy

Grading system

Incomplete grade

Pass/Fail policies

Academic Eligibility

The colleges take academic action at the end of each semester if a student fails to meet requirements. Students with unsatisfactory grades are expected to seek counseling and help with their studies from available resources, including instructor(s), advisor(s), and department tutors. Student services staff, particularly Counseling and Testing Center personnel, also provide assistance on a confidential basis. Freshmen, especially, should be encouraged to seek help at the earliest sign of academic difficulty. The university assumes that students will communicate regularly with interested parties (e.g. parents) with respect to academic status and progress.