Canvas will always show calculated final grades and not the final grade. At the end of the term, it’s important that you take steps to ensure students view final grades and instructors transfer the correct grades to the Registrar.
Please verify that your assignments are set up and scores have been entered. The following are areas to consider:
In an earlier version of Canvas, the commands were called Mute and Unmute. Now, that feature has been absorbed into a larger feature called Grade Posting Policy.
Canvas does not have an adjusted grades column. Your calculated grade is always available.
The following strategies offer methods to give extra credit in a course:
Canvas provides a tool to help you quickly insert a 0 (zero) into any cell where a student has failed to complete the assignment. That tool is called Set Default Grade, and is described in this document: How do I set a default grade for an assignment?. This task will need to be performed for each assignment independently. It is highly recommended that you save a backup of your Canvas gradebook before making this type of bulk change.
This task must be performed on all assignments which has blank values in the gradebook (where students didn’t make a submission)
See the note in the Faculty Center Grade Prep Tool document under "Verify Students' Final Grades in Canvas" for information about how the final grade and ungraded assignments look to students.
If you have implemented the ‘Drop Lowest/Highest Score’ feature for any of your Assignment Groups, cells cannot be left blank for this feature to function properly.
Similar to above, zeroes must be added to the gradebook wherever a student has failed to submit the assignment. For instruction, refer to this document: How do I set a default grade for an assignment?.
The Faculty Center Grade Prep tool is intended to simplify the transfer of your grades from Canvas into the Faculty Center. Click here for explanation and instructions. Due to the steps involved, we have found that the time-savings of this tool is realized only when course enrollment exceeds 50 students.”
See Canvas - Faculty Center Grade Prep Tool and Final Grade Preparation for directions on how to transfer final grades from Canvas to the Faculty Center.