Step 7: Grades and Transcripts

  • Course grades become part of a student’s permanent academic record at Cedarville University.
  • Cedarville University does not advise high schools or home schools regarding how to count the transcripted grade as a high school grade. 
  • Copies of semester grades will be mailed to the student’s home address as well as the high school guidance counselor (if applicable) once grades have been transcripted at the end of the term. 
  • Eight-week course grades and twelve-week course grades will be trasncripted at the end of the term, not at the end of the course.
  • Grading system and criteria used by each faculty member should be included in the syllabus distributed to the class at the beginning of the term. Faculty have the freedom to set their own grading system.
  • You may view and print unofficial transcripts at CedarInfo under the heading Academic (Student) Transactions. 
  • You may request official transcripts online at the registrar’s webpage. There is a small cost associated with an official transcript request. 

If you believe your final grade in any course is inaccurate, you should contact your professor immediately upon learning of your grade to schedule an appointment to discuss your questions. If you are still unsatified, you may initiate a grade appeal. Appeals must be initiated prior to the end of the next regular academic semester following the term in which the grade was received. It is your responsibility to support a grade change.