In Global Navigation, click the Courses link, then click the name of the course.
In Course Navigation, click the Grades link.
From the grades page you can select the Course for which you want to view grades . By default, grades are sorted chronologically by assignment due date. In the Arrange by menu , you can also sort by module, assignment title, or assignment group. To see the specified grades, click the Apply button . Assignments that are not part of a module will be shown at the end of the assignments list in alphabetical order. However, if modules or assignment groups aren't used in your course, they won't be included as sorting options.
You can view the name of the assignment , the assignment due date , the assignment status , the score you earned , and the total point value of the assignment . You may also be able to view whether the assignment includes scoring details, comments, or rubrics .
You may see various grade icons in the score column  indicating the type of assignment you submitted. These assignments have not been graded by your instructor. Once the assignment is graded, the icon will be replaced by your score.
The grades page also lets you create hypothetical or What-If grades. You can click any score field and approximate your grade for both graded assignments (if want to submit an assignment) and ungraded assignments.
To print your grades, click the Print Grades button .
If grading periods are enabled in your course, you can view your grades according to grading period . By default the Grades page displays the current grading period. If an assignment does not include a due date, it will display as a part of the last grading period. To view grades for another course, click the Course drop-down menu . To see the specified grading period and course, click the Apply button .
If your course includes weighted assignment groups, assignment groups may vary in the sidebar depending on which grading period you are viewing. An assignment group displays if the group has at least one assignment due in the selected grading period.
When grading periods are weighted and you select the All Grading Periods option, the sidebar displays the weights of each grading period.
Your instructor may enforce an automatic late policy in your course. Any assignments that are submitted after the due date are marked as late. The late policy automatically deducts a percentage of the grade from the total score. Late assignments display the Late icon in the Status column of the gradebook . To view submission details for a late assignment, click the submission name .
The Submission Details page displays your grade, the amount deducted for the late penalty, and the final grade.
Some assignments include a black warning icon , which alerts you that points earned from this assignment will not count toward your final grade . You should still submit this assignment unless it has been excused by your instructor.
If there are comments in your assignment, the assignment displays a comment icon . To view comments, click the icon. Comments will be organized chronologically . To close comments, click the Close link .
If you can view scoring details, click the Check Mark icon . You can view the grade distribution for the assignment and view the mean, high, and low scores .
The graph's horizontal line extends from 0 to the assignment's highest possible score . The white box extends from the lowest to the highest student scores. Your score appears as a blue square on this plot.
You will only see scoring details if more than five other students have submitted that assignment in the course. If you do not see the scoring details, then fewer than five students have submitted the assignment.
To close scoring details, click the Close link .
An assignment may also include a Rubric icon , which means the assignment included a rubric for grading purposes. To view your results, click the icon. View your score based on the rubric . To close the rubric, click the Close Rubric link .
Note: The total rubric score may be restricted by your instructor.
The Grades page will list the assignment groups included in your course . Assignment groups allow instructors to organize assignments, discussions, and quizzes into groups and apply specific grading rules or weights to those groups. You can view the percentage score for each group  and the points you've earned versus the total points possible .
Note: Assignment group percentages may be restricted by your instructor.
If you have more than one course, you can use the course drop-down menu  to view grades in other courses.
If your Grades page shows Assignments and Learning Mastery headings , you can also view your standards-based scores in the Learning Mastery link.
In Course Navigation, click the Grades link.
In the Learning Mastery tab, you can view overall details about the outcomes available in your course. Grades will show you the name of each outcome group , as well as the outcome summary . The outcome summary displays the number of outcomes you have mastered on the left, while the the total number of outcomes within the group are shown on the right.
Click the down arrow  or the name of the outcome group to expand the overall achievement for the entire outcome group.
Click the Print Grades button  to print your outcomes results.
You can expand each outcome to view all outcomes within the group. You can use the expand and collapse icons  to expand and collapse all outcome groups at once. You can also expand outcome groups individually by clicking the name of an outcome group  or the down arrow .
When an outcome group is expanded, each outcome is displayed with the outcome name . To view more information about an outcome, hover over the information icon .
Each outcome also displays an icon indicating mastery .
To view information about outcome alignments, click the arrow icon .
The information window displays the assessment of the outcome.
You can view the date for the most recent assessment of the outcome  and the assessed mastery level .
You can also view the calculation method for the outcome  and an example of the calculation method .
Alignments are the assignments and other Canvas items that are linked to an outcome. These alignments show what course assignments you participated in to earn your score. Not all items may be aligned to an outcome.
To view alignments for an outcome, click the arrow icon.
Each outcome displays a link for each aligned item , as well as your assessed mastery level for each aligned item .
To view the standard Assignments grades page for your course, click the Assignments link . You can toggle between assignments and outcome scores at any time.
If you have more than one course, you can view grades by selecting another course name in the grades course drop-down menu .