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How do I get my JHED LID?

Can any of my grades be changed after my degree is granted?

I think a mistake has been made on my record. How do I check it out?

When will my grades be listed on my transcript?

Why is there a missing grade on my record? What can I do about it?

How can I find out my grades?

 

How do I get my JHED LID?

New degree-seeking students receive notification of their JHED LID (Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory Logon ID) via email. The information is also included in your Orientation packet. Non-degree students will receive their JHED LID via email upon completion of the registration process. When you arrive at the myJohnsHopkins portal homepage (https://my.johnshopkins.edu), click on the 'First Time JHED User' link. Enter your LID and follow the prompts to verify your identity and create a JHED password. The JHED LID and password assist you in gaining access to online registration and other systems that will be helpful to you as a student.

Can any of my grades be changed after my degree is granted?

No, once the degree is posted to the transcript, changes cannot be made (unless the error is administrative in nature).

I think a mistake has been made on my record. How do I check it out?

First contact the Office of Records and Registration at registra@jhsph.edu. If documentation or an appeal is required, you will be instructed on how to proceed.

When will my grades be listed on my transcript?

The grading period typically ends 10 days after the term ends. Grades that are entered electronically by the instructor during the grading period are posted to the transcript immediately. Grades that are turned in to the Office of Records and Registration to be entered manually are typically posted within a day or two of submission. Please note that any grade changes must be submitted to the Committee on Academic Standards for approval. As such, grade changes are not immediately reflected on transcripts. Approved grade changes will be updated in ISIS in the days following the monthly CAS meeting.

Why is there a missing grade on my record? What can I do about it?

An “X” grade on your record indicates that the instructor turned in a grade roster but there was no grade for you. You may want to contact the instructor to be sure he/she has all the necessary assignments from you for evaluation. An “MR” grade indicates that no roster has been submitted. In this case you may check with the Office of Records and Registration to see if the roster has been turned in but not yet posted.

How can I find out my grades?

Log onto to ISIS Self Service and go to My Grades, under Registration. You may also view, print or save an unofficial transcript by clicking the [View Unofficial transcript] link on this page.