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Important Instructions for 2024 Senior Grades


Graduating seniors must have a grade assigned for ALL coursework,
Grade of I or IP may not remain on the transcript.
Note: Block 8 grades for non-graduating students are due later in May, a reminder will be sent.

Grade Due Date Notes

Grades Due Reminder sent on the last day of each block. This burst contains detailed grade entry instructions.

Missing Grades Report will be generated and reviewed by the Dean of Faculty on the first Wednesday after grades are due; reviews are then made weekly on Wednesdays.

Past Due Reminder will be sent on 2nd Wednesday after due date. 

Grading Due Dates: 2023-24

grade deadlines by block
Block: Grades Due:
1 Oct. 2
2 Oct. 30
3 Dec. 4 (extended for fall break)

Jan. 15 (extended for winter break)

Winter Grad Grades due Jan. 15

Half Block

Jan. 29

5 Feb. 26
6 Apr. 1 (extended for spring break)
7 Apr. 29
8 *SENIORS* May 15 Senior Grades Due at 2:00p TODAY
8 ALL Students Jun. 3



Grade Conversions (I to NC): 2023-24

I to NC conversions by block
Block: Conversion Date:
1 Last day of block 4
2 Last day of block 5
3 Last day of block 6
4 Last day of block 7
Half Last day of block 8
5 Last day of block 8
6 Last day of block 1
7 Last day of block 2
8 Last day of block 3
A,B,C Last day of block 3

Grades of I (Incomplete) will convert to NC if not extended (please contact Karen West to extend due dates)


All class lists associated with your name (including Thesis and Independent Study) should be included in a PDF or spreadsheet file that is emailed by 5pm, the Friday before the block starts.

If you're anticipating more than one class list, please scroll through the file. The PDF and Excel files can have multiple tabs or pages.

Waitlists are considered temporary/unofficial registrations and are dropped in Banner shortly after the class lists are emailed out on Friday (by 5pm). The attachment to your received email is the final copy/record of reference for those who remained on the waitlist. It's a good idea to print and have this available to refer to on the first day of instruction.

You may have had a student ask for your COI PIN or consent of instructor pin. This is a 6-letter combination code that is recognized as your registration approval within Add/Drop and Preregistration.The COI PIN is what the systems will recognize as your permission to move forward with the registration change. All faculty are assigned a PIN each semester they are teaching. You can find your PIN on your Faculty Services tab in Banner under "Your Teaching Schedule".


Canvas is NOT registration. Registration must be initiated by the student through Banner's Add/Drop. Give them your pin instead! It should only take them about a minute and once registered officially through Banner, Canvas will recognize the registration change and the student will have access to your course's content shortly after.

  • Once a block begins, faculty may choose to add students to their class on days 1 & 2 only.
  • Students adding after the block begins - even those added from your waitlist - are required to obtain the instructor's registration approval pin. This is the COI PIN or consent of instructor pin located in your Teaching Schedule (Banner) and next to the term header.
  • Students have until first Tuesday (days 1 & 2) to update their registration. Students must use the online registration application, Add/Drop.
  • By registering online correctly, the following actions take place:
    • the student is added to the instructor's roster
    • the student is given instant access to the course's Canvas page
    • the student is dropped from a previous roster and associated Canvas page
    • a drop confirmation is shared via emailed to the instructor of the former course
  • Adding a student directly to a course Canvas page can have the following consequences:
    • the former instructor is not notified
    • could impact a student's ability to receive credit for the course.
    • Could jeopardize a student's ability to receive credit for your course.
    • Banner has a backup feed to Canvas scheduled nightly; any adds made directly to Canvas that don't match Banner registrations will be removed.

REMINDER: It is recommended to review your class roster carefully on day 1 and communicate to those students who have not updated their registration to do so by end of day 2. Students who register late (after day 2) should send an email to registrar@coloradocollege.edu and provide your COI PIN as proof of your permission to be in the course.


Thesis, Independent Study, or Research are NOT available to register for through Banner.

Thesis, independent study, and rearch blocks are created through an application process available on the Registrar's Office> Our Services (Internships are required to go through Summit). Each student will have a course created just for them!

The student will initiate the appropriate application to have a thesis or independent study course created for them by filling in their advisor and department chair contact (if needed) and following the instructions. Once the application is completed by the student, requests for approvals will be initiated. Processing time can vary depending on timely receipt of approvals and request volume. In most cases, applications are processed within 2-3 business days or sooner. Once processed, the course will display on the faculty member's teaching schedule in Banner.

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