Feel like you’re the only person left who’s still missing grades? You have some company, anyway — after Tuesday’s 5 p.m. deadline for submitting fall semester grades in Yale College, about six percent are still outstanding.
As of Wednesday morning, 1,525 of 23,758 grades were missing, University Registrar Gabriel Olszewski said in an email to the News. He added that 434 of the missing grades have been saved on the Faculty Grading System but not yet submitted, which he said “usually means the faculty are about ready to submit.”
Grades for classes in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences are due today.