Students may view their final official grades for courses on PioneerWeb. Grades are available on the web as soon as they are rolled and validated by the Office of the Registrar. Privacy regulations prohibit the University from releasing grades or GPA information over the telephone. It is the student’s responsibility to check their transcript to ensure that grades are recorded appropriately for completed courses.
Please note that grades posted in a supplementary academic support program, such as Canvas or Blackboard, do not necessarily represent the final grade as reported to the Office of the Registrar, and only the grade reported to the Office of the Registrar will be present on the student's official record. It is the instructor's responsibility to ensure that any grades posted to a separate program match with those being reported to the Office of the Registrar. If a student finds a discrepancy, the student should reach out to the instructor.
For most programs at the University of Denver, grade reports are mailed upon request only. Requests to have grade reports mailed are valid through the summer term and must be renewed each academic year. Requests for mailed grade reports must be received by the last day of classes for the academic term. Grade Report Mailer forms are available in the Office of the Registrar.
Notes: Some units may have more specific grading guidelines and grade reporting procedures. Contact the unit for details.
Graduate School of Social Work and Graduate School of Professional Psychology do not award grades of D+, D, or D-.
Sturm College of Law: Faculty have 30 days after the date an exam is given to turn their grades in to the Sturm College of Law Registrar's office. Once grades are turned in, they must be processed. Required courses must fit into the mandated mean and median, which may require several adjustments by the faculty member. After the faculty member finalizes the grades, it takes 24 to 48 hours to post the grades to the web.