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Mid Term Grade Entry

1. If you do not know your MIX User Name and/or PIN, please call OIT Help Desk at 293-4444 (ext. 3) before you try to enter grades on-line. It is a good idea to check your MIX access prior to entering grades on-line.

2. Point your browser to http://www.mix.wvu.edu/ A Secured Access Login screen will pop up.

3. Log in using your MIX User Name and PIN (Your default PIN will be your day of birth and last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, if you have not changed it. If your employment started after July 2004, it will be the last 4 digits of your WVUID instead of your Social Security Number). If you have forgotten your PIN, please call the OIT Helpdesk at 293-4444 ext. 3 to request your PIN be reset to the default. You are required to change your Pin every 90 days.

4. At the next window, click the STAR tab at the top, then the “STAR Information System – Click here to enter STAR” link. (You can view or print a copy of the Web for Faculty and Advisors Guide manual in this window, as well as run the tutorial for “Faculty Midterm Grade Entry Tutorial”. These are located under “Resources: Faculty Guides”).

5. At the next window, click the “Faculty” link.

6. At the next window, select term by clicking the arrow in the box and selecting appropriate term, then click “submit”.

7. At the next window, click the “Mid Term Grades” link.

8. At the next window, select the CRN of the course you are going to enter grades for, then click “submit”.

9. Begin entering the grades for each student by clicking the box under the “grade” column and selecting the grades to be assigned. If a grade of “W” has already been assigned, it means that the student has withdrawn from the class and you cannot assign another grade for the student.

NOTE: You should be aware that using the wheel on the mouse (if it has one) to scroll down the page could change your assigned grade for a student. We recommend using the scroll bar on the side.

(Please note that there is a 20 minute time limit for each screen of 25 students. If it takes you more than 20 minutes to work that screen, click “submit” at the bottom of the screen to save your work. You can then continue to enter grades for the rest of the students. Click “submit” before you select the next list of 25 students by clicking “25-50”. You can also change the grade assigned to a student by selecting a new grade and click submit again.)


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Final Grade Entry

1. If you do not know your MIX User Name and/or PIN, please call OIT Help Desk at 293-4444 (ext. 3) before you try to enter grades on-line. It is a good idea to check your MIX access prior to entering grades on-line.

2. Point your browser to http://www.mix.wvu.edu/ A Secured Access Login screen will pop up.

3. Log in using your MIX User Name and PIN (Your default PIN will be your day of birth and last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, if you have not changed it. If your employment started after July 2004, it will be the last 4 digits of your WVUID instead of your Social Security Number). If you have forgotten your PIN, please call the OIT Helpdesk at 293-4444 ext. 3 to request your PIN be reset to the default. You are required to change your Pin every 90 days.

4. At the next window, click the STAR tab at the top, then the “STAR Information System – Click here to enter STAR” link. (You can view or print a copy of the Web for Faculty and Advisors Guide manual in this window, as well as run the tutorial for “Faculty Final Grade Entry Tutorial”. These are located under “Resources: Faculty Guides”).

5. At the next window, click the “Faculty” link.

6. At the next window, select term by clicking the arrow in the box and selecting appropriate term, then click “submit”.

7. At the next window, click the “Final Grades” link.

8. At the next window, select the CRN of the course you are going to enter grades for, then click “submit”.

9. Begin entering the grades for each student by clicking the box under the “grade” column and selecting the grades to be assigned. If a grade of “W” has already been assigned, it means that the student has withdrawn from the class and you cannot assign another grade for the student.

NOTE: You should be aware that using the wheel on the mouse (if it has one) to scroll down the page could change your assigned grade for a student. We recommend using the scroll bar on the side.

(Please note that there is a 20 minute time limit for each screen of 25 students. If it takes you more than 20 minutes to work that screen, click “submit” at the bottom of the screen to save your work. You can then continue to enter grades for the rest of the students. Click “submit” before you select the next list of 25 students by clicking “25-50”. You can also change the grade assigned to a student by selecting a new grade and click submit again.)

NOTE: Unearned grades of ‘F’ require the ‘Last Attend Date’ to be entered. If you assign an “F” to a student who stopped attending class some time during the term, please remember to post a date of last attendance or date of last quiz, exam or assignment turned in.

NOTE: Any grade recorded as an ‘NR’ (Not Reported) must be changed within one semester at the conclusion of grading. Any grade of ‘NR’ not changed within the one semester time frame will become a grade of ‘F’.


Listserv for Faculty and Staff

The Office of the University Registrar has created a new listserv to help distribute information from OUR to our faculty and staff partners in the colleges and departments. This list will be an excellent way to keep up to date on deadlines, process changes, and new initiatives. We will be mindful of your time and only send relevant information to you.

If you wish to subscribe to the LISTSERV list named Lagniappe, please send an email message to listserv@listserv.wvu.edu with this line in the body of the message:

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The message should come from the email account to which you would like list postings to be sent. It’s helpful, though not essential, if you omit any signature from the message if you can.

PS: For those unfamiliar with the term, Lagniappe is a word used in the South (mostly Louisiana) that is a something extra given by way of good measure or for the good of the community.

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