Yes, they are important!
Instructors evaluate your knowledge of the curriculum and issue a grade. The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the complete and accurate processing of your grades. The University's eGrade, or electronic grades submission system, efficiently posts grades to your student record.
Grades are used to determine your ability to proceed in your degree program; to allocate awards, medals and other honours; and will be considered by graduate schools, prospective employers and others.
Good grades are an investment in your future!
are a record of your grades, degree program, major academic awards, and degree completion. Students can view an unofficial list of grades on my.uwindsor.ca or SIS. Official transcripts are issued by the Office of the Registrar. The Office of the Registrar will verify transcripts by other institutions or prospective employers.
Ensuring transcript accuracy is of benefit to all students.