The following services are available on Treehouse:

  • Search the catalog
  • Update personal information
  • View your transcript
  • View your class schedule

Additional Information

For more help with any of the above items, see the tabs below:

Transcripts

Interpreting the Transcript

Your cumulative, semester, and major department GPA (CLA only) can be viewed by selecting the appropriate option. You have the option to view your transcript by term or course department. Using the department option is helpful for students who want a quick overview of all courses they have completed in a particular department. The number upper, intermediate, and lower lever credits (and the GPA for these credits) is also available in “My Transcript.”

The following table outlines the grading system:

Grade Quality Point Per Credit
Grade CLA Grad Theo
AH NA 4.33 NA
A+ NA NA 4.33
A 4.00 4.00 4.00
A- 3.67 3.67 3.67
B+ 3.33 3.33 3.33
B 3.00 3.00 3.00
B- 2.67 2.67 2.67
C+ 2.33 2.33 2.33
C 2.00 2.00 2.00
C- 1.67 NA 1.67
D+ 1.33 NA 1.33
D 1.00 NA 1.00
D- 0.67 NA 0.67
U or F 0.00 0.00 0.00
Letter Key
AUD Audited
I Incomplete
N No credit (discontinued after Summer 1991)
NR No grade submitted by instructor
P Pass
PI Permanent Incomplete (Grad only)
S Credit for course taken on a credit/no credit basis (Grad only)
W Withdrew within stated period
X Course in progress
Z No grade roster submitted by instructor

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Grade Reporting

Some of the grades for courses that I registered for in the current term do not appear in “My Grades.”

Grades are entered online or submitted to office of the registrar by the faculty at various times. As a result, some of your grades may not have been submitted or entered online at the time you viewed your record.

What is my Major Department GPA and how is it calculated? (CLA Only)

The Major Department GPA displays the Grade Point Average of all courses that a student has completed in the department of their declared major. This GPA does not represent the actual major Grade Point Average. Students interested in their exact major GPA should e-mail Patricia Seunarine in the Office of the Registrar at pseunarine@drew.edu.

The grade of “Z” or “NR” displays on my grade report. What do these grades mean?

The grade of “Z” is entered by the office of the registrar to denote that an instructor has not entered online or submitted any grades to office of the registrar for the course in question as of the current date. As a result, all students registered in this class would receive “Z” grades. The grade of “Z” has no affect on a students GPA. The office of the registrar is in contact with professors regarding outstanding grades. The grade of “NR” (Not Reported) is entered by the Office of the Registrar when a professor does not report a grade for individual students.

Note for CLA and Theo: Grades of “NR” are calculated in students’ GPA as “no credit” (equivalent to the grade of “U”).

Note for CSGS: Grades of “NR”are calculated in students GPA in the GPA as “no credit” (equivalent to the grade of “F”).

Advisees

Advisee Information

  • Go to the directory and click on departments and academic search.

Registration Status

For more information on an advisee’s registration status, please see the online registration instructions for advisors.

Biographical Information

To view your advisee’s biographical information, select the “Biographic Inquiry” link. This will list various personal information on the student, including home and campus address, program, major and minor, GPA, term credits, and more.

Class Schedule

You may view an advisee’s current class schedule and past schedules by selecting “Schedule Inquiry.”

Transcript

Select “Transcript Inquiry” to view a student’s transcript. You have the option to view your advisee’s transcript by term or course department. Using the department option is helpful to get a quick overview of all courses advisees have completed in a particular department. The number upper, intermediate, and lower lever credits (and the GPA for these credits) is also available in “Transcript Inquiry.”
The following table outlines the grading system for the College of Liberal Arts:

Grade Quality Point Per Credit
Grade CLA Grad Theo
AH NA 4.33 NA
A+ NA NA 4.33
A 4.00 4.00 4.00
A- 3.67 3.67 3.67
B+ 3.33 3.33 3.33
B 3.00 3.00 3.00
B- 2.67 2.67 2.67
C+ 2.33 2.33 2.33
C 2.00 2.00 2.00
C- 1.67 NA 1.67
D+ 1.33 NA 1.33
D 1.00 NA 1.00
D- 0.67 NA 0.67
U or F 0.00 0.00 0.00
Letter Key
AUD Audited
I Incomplete
N No credit (discontinued after Summer 1991)
NR No grade submitted by instructor
P Pass
PI Permanent Incomplete (Grad only)
S Credit for course taken on a credit/no credit basis (Grad only)
W Withdrew within stated period
X Course in progress
Z No grade roster submitted by instructor

Other Students

Deans, department chairs, and program coordinators have special administrative access to students in their area, not just to their advisees. To access these students’ information, you must select “Student Search” from the main menu.

Warnings

Academic Warning Notices

As the semester progresses, it is recommended by the Dean of Educational and Student Affairs and the University Registrar that faculty complete academic warning notices for any College of Liberal Arts students who appears to be having problems in their courses or whose performance or work is cause for concern.

Copies of the notices are sent to the student, the academic advisor, the Dean of Educational and Student Affairs, and a copy is retained in the Office of the Registrar. If possible, notices should be sent to students before the last date to drop with the grade of “W” (see the academic calendar).

The following is a guideline for forwarding academic warning notices to College of Liberal Arts Students:

  • Work is barely satisfactory and in danger of loss of credit for the course
  • Work is unsatisfactory for credit
  • Work is incomplete
  • Irregular attendance (Can be noted on the online attendance roster)
  • Not working hard enough
  • Warning is based upon one exam or other limiting factor
  • Recommend dropping the course (See academic calendar for dates)
  • Recommend tutoring
  • Other comments

Attendance

Attendance Rosters

  • Once you have logged into CampusWeb, select the “Attendance” option
  • You will notice a menu displaying your classes for the term. Select the class you would like to enter attendance data by clicking on the class. The heading for this list will be “Second Attendance” roster. All students registered and students previously dropped from the class will be displayed.

Reminder – All faculty are required to record attendance rosters as of the 3rd and the 9th week of the term. Faculty will receive an email reminder when the first and second attendance rosters are due.

Faculty with a network account may view and complete their third week attendance rosters online via CampusWeb. To ensure timely submission of retention related information to the Academic Services Office, to academic advisors, and to students, we are requesting that all 9th week attendance rosters be submitted online via CampusWeb by Friday, April 20, 2012.  We are also required to report attendance related information to the Office of Financial Assistance to meet federal regulations.

Recording Student Attendance Information

  • Define the default attendance status and date that you want to set for the majority of the class. You will have the option to set all students attendance as satisfactory by clicking on “Yes” for the option displaying, “Do you want to initially set everyone in the class to Satisfactory Attendance?” If you choose not to set all student’s attendance to satisfactory, click “No.”
  • Enter last date you took attendance. Then click on “Set defaults as noted above”. Your default attendance data and last date of attendance should be displayed for all students that have not been dropped.
  • If you wish to change any flags, the following attendance options are now available for use:
    • S = Satisfactory (use this option when students attendance meets the requirements set in your class);
    • U = Unsatisfactory (for use for students who do not meet the requirement) and;
    • N = Never Attended (for use for students that have never attended your class. The unsatisfactory option should not be used for these students). Note: students reported as never attended will be administratively dropped from the course indicated.
  • If you wish to make a comment regarding any student in your class (e.g., “Student dropped” or “Student is auditing”) to be forwarded to the Office of the Registrar, you may do so by clicking on the “Comment” button located at the far right of each student’s name. An asterisk appears in the comments section after you have indicated your information.
  • If there are students who are attending but do not appear on your roster you may list them by clicking on the bar located at the bottom of your roster that indicates “Click here if there are additional students attending that do not appear on the roster”.

Academic Warning Notices

Special Note: The attendance class rosters are also used as a monitoring report as per the recommendation of the Retention Committee. In addition to noting the students who have not attended your course, please comment on any student who appears to be having problems or whose performance or work is cause for concern. All notes of this type will be forwarded to Dean Lawler, who will notify the relevant support personnel and make appropriate contacts with faculty. You should use the comments button located at the far right of each student for this process. As the semester progresses, you are also encouraged to use warning notices for those students whose work begins to fall below the satisfactory level. (Graduate and Theological faculty may also use this system to submit warning notices)

Submitting Attendance Roster Information

After you have completed all of your entries you must click on the “Save” button for final processing of your attendance roster. If you wish to cancel your entry, click on “Reset”. When you return to the attendance roster menu the word “recorded” should be displayed if your attendance roster was processed properly by the system.

Wait List

Class Roster and Wait List

  • Once you have logged into CampusWeb, select the “My Roster” option

Wait List Procedure

Please see the following outlining our current wait list procedure for registration and student schedule revisions:

  1. Wait List Registration Process
    1. Once a section has reached capacity, students may elect to be added to the wait list.
    2. Students are permitted to register for the waitlist for an unlimited number of sections.
      The waitlist capacity for each section is unlimited.
  2. Enrollment From Wait List Process (Includes online instructions.)
    With the approval of the course instructor or the department chair, students are enrolled from the wait list into a section according to major, minor, class standing, and order of registration. Students are issued an “Enrollment From Wait List Form” that is signed by the course instructor to be officially added to a section. Faculty have the ability to enroll students from the wait list into their section via the campus web system. To add a student from the wait, faculty should access their roster in campus web. Students on the wait list are directly below the regular class roster. Wait listed students are listed on this roster in order by their registration date. The student’s class standing, declared major and minor also appear.Special notes about the online process:

    1. To enroll students from the wait list, there must be an open seat in the section in question. The number of available seats are listed on the campus web rosters under the course number and title. If required, faculty may e-mail Pat Seunarine. To request a change in the enrollment maximum of their section. Please note, after classroom assignments are completed, our office cannot adjust a section maximum that exceeds the capacity of an assigned classroom.
    2. Students are notified by the campus web system when enrolled from the waitlist.
    3. If the student cannot be enrolled from the wait list due to a time conflict, he/she should be notified to make the required adjustments to allow for the official add.
    4. Students are also enrolled from the wait list at the request of the instructor or the chair of a department and notified of the action by the Office of the Registrar. Unless the instructor or department approves, students are not enrolled from the wait list once an official section seat is available.
    5. If seats become available in a previously closed section during the first week of the fall or spring semester, the registrar’s office notifies students on the wait according to major, minor, class standing, and the order of wait list registration. Students are directed to obtain the course instructor’s permission to be enrolled from the wait list.

Normally, students that are not enrolled from the wait list into a regular course seat remain registered on the wait list.

Administrative Access

Deans, department chairs, and program coordinators have special administrative access to courses in their area, not just to the ones they teach. Faculty with this access will have an option to select from the courses they teach or from the courses in their area.

To view rosters of courses you teach, select “My courses” and click on the “Submit” button. To view rosters of courses in your area, selecting “Admin Access Courses”, choose a term, and click on the “Submit” button.