Faculty and Staff
WEB GRADING ANNOUNCEMENT
It is recommended to use the following browsers when entering grades during web grading:
Internet Explorer (v. 7, 8, 9)
Firefox (v. 3.6 or 7)
Safari (v. 3, 4, 5)
Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 10 are not supported by the web grading software and may cause some difficulties if used when entering grades. Possible problems caused by Google Chrome and IE 10 are:
- Last date attended cannot be entered
- Grades do not appear in the grade roster once grades are "Approved"
- Change Term" function will not work to locate the correct grade roster
- Grades cannot be posted
For questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar.
Phone: 303- 492-6970
If you are a faculty or staff member assisting a student in a search, please see the Students page. For information relevant only to faculty and staff, see below.
Contacts, Calendars, and Archived Information
Grading and Graduation Information
Effective Aug. 20, 2012, all student communications including the former Student E-Memo will be provided to the campus community by University Communications via CU-Boulder Today and its associated campus communications tools.
Visit the http://www.colorado.edu/news/campus website to view the different types of campus communications tools, and submit your message for campus audiences.
Also, campus schools and colleges can request a user account for the campus’ internal communications email service. Using this account, you can schedule your own communications to students enrolled within your program’s communication profile. Contact email@example.com for more information.
If you require a targeted audience based on FERPA protected data, University Communications can help you with this. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact Erin Frazier, 303-492-8384, for account and training information for the Harris Communication tool; or visit http://www.colorado.edu/news/campus to get started.
New Communications Tools
- Buff Bulletin Board
This site is a listing of notices, jobs, campus services and events.
Post will appear on the Buff Bulletin Board website. In addition, a selection of the most recent posts' titles will appear in the faculty/staff and student pages and the campus email digest, CU-Boulder Today.
Go to Buff Bulletin Board
- CU-Boulder Today
CU-Boulder today is an email digest sent to faculty, staff and students containing campus news, important announcements, campus events, and the stories that inform our campus conversation.
The Campus Community Notes feature provides departments the opportunity to submit announcements of interest to our campus community. Some examples include recent faculty, staff or student awards or milestones, construction and maintenance updates, worklife related training and seminars, campus sustainability news and other news of interest to our campus audience.
Go to CU-Boulder Today: Community Notes
- Administrative E-memos
E-memos are reserved for the dissemination of administrative news, policies, and procedures to faculty, staff and students at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Learn more about sending an Ememo
ISIS Data Services
Class and Course Information
Graduate Program Changes
- Training and Employee Responsibilities
The Office of the Registrar follows FERPA guidelines (Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act), which is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of education records, to establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records, and to provide guidelines for the protection of inaccurate and misleading data through informal and formal hearings. There are certain guidelines that as faculty and staff members you are expected to know and follow. Please see FERPA Training for Faculty, Staff and Student Employees for specific information or the "My Training" tab in the My.CU portal.
- Parental Access to Student Educational Records
Parents may be granted access to their student's educational record in one of two ways. If the student has granted permission for parental access, this appears on SIS screen 119, Flag 6, and the field will be coded with a Y. If Flag 6 is Y, only the parent(s) listed on screen 19 may be granted access to the educational record.
The second method for parents to obtain access to the student educational record is to complete a Parental Affidavit of Dependency. This form must be completed by the parent, notarized, and returned to the department granting access, along with a copy of the parent's most recent federal income tax form which lists the student as a dependent. Departments may download the Generic Parental Affidavit of Dependency, and modify the generic form to include the department name and mailing address. Items which should be updated by departments appear in red in the Generic form. Once the form is received, departments must retain the form as part of the education record.