Helpful Tutorials for EFSC Faculty

This page includes how-to information about common activities or programs at Eastern Florida State College. Some tutorials will be PDF documents, others will be videos. To ensure you view the most recent version of each document, we recommend you refresh your browser window after opening the document or clear your browser's cache.

Census Reporting: How to Report [view and/or download Census PDF how-to tutorial]

How to verify student class participation once a term. Note: Census Reporting replaces the attendance reporting process.

Faculty-Initiated Student Withdrawals [view and/or download Withdrawal PDF how-to tutorial]

Using the online system to process a student withdrawal after census reporting & before the published deadline.

Entering Final Grades [view and/or download Final Grades PDF tutorial]

How to enter final grades through EFSC's online system, request a grade change, award an early grade or remove a student from class for disciplinary reasons.

Processing an Incomplete Grade [view and/or download Incomplete Grade PDF tutorial]

This tutorial includes guidelines and processing instructions for the "I-Incomplete" grade.

Faculty - Student Success Check [view and/or download Success Check PDF tutorial]

This system allows instructors to identify and recommend intervention options for students who may be struggling in their course. The system replaces the previous “Early Alert” notification that was done once a term. Faculty-initiated withdrawals are also processed through this system.

Curriculum Approval Tracking System (CATS) [view and/or download CATS PDF photo tutorial]

How to access and use the EFSC online Curriculum Approval Tracking System, available through myEFSC.

myEFSC Portal: Login & Navigation Tutorial

Registration: Understanding Registration Terminology [view terminology web page]

A glossary of common terms related to the process of registering for classes.

myGPS: Graduation Plan for Success Degree Audit Tool

Eastern Florida State College offers an easy-to-use, web-based academic advising and degree audit tool that helps currently active students successfully navigate curriculum requirements. The video tutorials below help familiarize faculty with the system and its benefits so you can actively encourage students to utilize myGPS and stay on track for program completion. You can learn more about myGPS in the tool's student web section.

myGPS: Access & Navigation Tutorial

 

myGPS: "What If" Tool Tutorial

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