First semester grades will be available online for students in their Banner account by the first of the year.
What are you expecting as far as your student’s grades are concerned? Are you prepared to have the appropriate conversations with your student about academic performance? Regardless of whether or not it is all A’s, all D’s, or something in between, addressing grades should be a priority.
No matter what, let your son or daughter know that you are on his or her side. While getting good grades is your student’s responsibility, being confident that your support is always there will make a world of difference. You will be less likely to be surprised with poor grades if you maintain open lines of communication about class performance. Remember, college is all about learning. Sometimes, it’s the flops that teach the most.
Assistant Dean of Advising & Co-Curricular
Programs, Director of the ATTIC
Director of Parent Relations