does UT send your grades in the mail?

<p>does ut send grades in the mail</p>

<p>Well I don't go to UT but I highly doubt they send grades in the mail, this isn't high school, and it would be a waste of time and money to send 40,000 kids their grades.</p>

<p>They're online...</p>

<p>You can request to have them sent in the mail on the registrar's website. I'm not sure what the deadline is, it may be too late for the spring semester. I think they have to be requested during the semester.</p>

<p>On a related note, is it possible for parents to see grades via the eProxy service?</p>

<p>nvm...I just found on the website that they send it only if you recieved university honors or your scholastic status has changed...</p>

<p>Yeah I know they're online...but a lot of ppl I know jus got grades in the mail...</p>

<p>Here's the website to request a grade report:</p>

<p>Grade</a> report | Registrar | University of Texas at Austin</p>

<p>They send them automatically if you receive University Honors or your status changes. Anyone can request one to be sent, but it must be requested before the end of finals.</p>

<p>Oh I was wondering about this too because I just received my grades in the mail yesterday. I thought it was new or something.</p>

<p>I received one last semester. Still waiting for this semester.</p>

<p>Yes, they do, but you can request not to receive them.</p>

<p>Okay I was wrong, sorry for the ******* response that I did.</p>

<p>Well in general you were right, Azim - it would be a waste of time and a variety of other resources to send out grades to 40k+ students. Of course I don't know how many students end up on probation and the honor roll each semester, so it could still be a little ridiculous in terms of cost and time, but I doubt it's too high.</p>

<p>Just wondering, is there anyone that received University Honors but did not get a grade report in mail?</p>