1.2 Required Reporting
Required Reporting: There are four reports that are required for all instructional staff. These reports must be filled out via your my.fordham.edu account. Academic Records will contact you via your Fordham email with instructions when these reports are coming up. The reports and tentative due dates are noted below.
- Initial Student Attendance (identified as Last Date of Attendance on my.fordham.edu): the week following the end of add/drop (check the Academic Calendar for due date of Round 1, Last Date of Attendance);
- Midterm Grades for First-Years and Danger of Failing for Other Students (identified as Midterm Grades on my.fordham.edu): the week following midterm week (check the Academic Calendar for due date of mid-semester evaluations);
- Late Semester Student Attendance (identified as Last Date of Attendance on my.fordham.edu): the eighth or ninth week of classes (check the Academic Calendar for due date of Round 2, Last Date of Attendance);
- Final Course Grades (identified as Final Grades on my.fordham.edu): begins the week of final exams (check the Academic Calendar for these events). In the spring semester, grades for seniors must be submitted within 48 hours of the final exam date.
Please note that first-year students are to be assigned letter grades at midterm time, whereas upperclassmen and PCS students (only those in danger of failing) receive a numerical code indicating the nature of their deficiency. First-year students are identified as such not by credits but by expected graduation term, which is given on the Mini Class List. Please notify the appropriate dean if there are any student(s) attending your course whose name is not on the attendance report. The student will not receive credit for the course unless their name is on the official course list.
In the event the student stops attending your course at any time during the semester, you must notify via email the Office of Academic Records (firstname.lastname@example.org) as well as the student's class dean or, at PCS, the respective assistant or associate dean. The email should contain the student's name, FIDN, the course subject/number/section, the CRN, and the student's last date of attendance.