Mid-term assessments will be available as of October 21, 2019 for Fall 2019.
Mid-term assessment results can only be accessed through your Léa, the Omnivox Classroom.
To access your mid-term results from Léa, the Omnivox Classroom:
- Go to Grades
- Select Mid-Term Assessment
If you experience log in problems to your My Dawson portal, please present yourself with your Dawson College ID Card to the Computer Center help desk in 2H.12. Once logged-in, if you receive an Access Denied message, please follow the instructions on the screen.
The deadline to enter mid-term assessments is Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Please note: Assessments can now only be entered through Léa.
Once in Léa:
- Go to Online Grade Book
- Select Mid-Term Evaluations
Explanation of Assessments
|PASSING||Your work to date is satisfactory.|
|AT RISK||You could still pass this course, but so far your work is not satisfactory. See your teacher immediately and consult the necessary support services.|
|FAILING||You are failing at this point, but you should still make every effort to pass. See your teacher immediately and consult the necessary support services.|
SEE YOUR TEACHER
|Your teacher wishes to meet with you to evaluate your work, does not feel ready to give an evaluation, or is unable to submit an evaluation. Contact your teacher.|
SEE YOUR TEACHER
|An evaluation for this course was not submitted. Please see your teacher immediately for your assessment.|
|MID-TERM EXEMPT||This course is not included in the mid-term assessment process as it is either an intensive, internship, clinical, or the department has its own assessment process. Please see your teacher for your assessment or to inquire about your standing.|
Student Support Services
The following support services are available to help you:
|Academic Advising for Day Students||2D.4||academic standing requirements, program information (please check drop in times)|
|Academic Advising for Continuing Education||2H.1||academic standing requirements, program information (please check drop in times)|
|Academic Skills Centre||6D.2||learning skills, reading, writing, test taking, research, time management|
|Career Resource Centre||6D.5||decision making regarding program choice & career direction|
|CLEO||4E.10||assistance in learning French: reading / writing / oral (please check posted hours of service)|
|Counselling||4E.2||personal concerns, stress management, anxiety (e.g. exams, public speaking, general issues), crisis management|
|Financial Aid||4E.2-8||loans and bursaries|
|First-Year Students office||2D.0||supports students in making their transition to college by simplifying access to resources and services|
|Library staff||5C.1||information, research strategies|
|Mathematics Tutorial Room||7B.1||help from Mathematics teachers|
|Ombudsperson||4E.2-5||students’ rights and obligations; facilitating interaction between students and teachers|
|Peer Tutoring||6D.2||help from qualified tutors in most subject areas|
|Physics Tutorial Room||7A.1||help from Physics teachers|
|Students AccessAbility Centre||2E.8A||special services for students with mobility, visual or hearing impairments, documented learning disabilities or chronic medical problems|
Day students: please read our Academic Standing and Advancement Policy and if you are failing any of your courses, please meet with an academic advisor to discuss this policy.
Continuing Education students: please check the Academic Standing and Advancement Policy and if you are failing any of your courses, please meet with an academic advisor to discuss this policy.