If you access the new SAIS website from off campus, you may need to use two-factor authentication.
You have three options for this:
The old SAIS website can only be accessed using Internet Explorer.
Use the new SAIS website (link above)
What is SAIS?
The SAIS website (www.info.solbridge.ac.kr) is our school's system for logging and viewing information about courses, students and faculty. It is used for the following purposes:
Approve undergraduate students' request to Drop the Course
Answer students' Grade Appeals, Submit Corrections
Check Student Evaluations and Read Student Feedback
Enter Performance Management data (e.g, Research Publications)
Inputting Grades on SAIS
Click on the pdf file (created by the Academic Affairs Team) on the left to learn how to upload grades on SAIS. Notes:
Grading period opens for a short time (about a week) towards the end of the semester.
You cannot input grades during the middle of a semester (e.g., after the midterm exam).
You have to manually enter the grades one by one for each student. The system does not allow you to upload a .csv/.xlsx files.
The SAIS website works best with Internet Explorer. However, you can use extensions on Chrome or Edge browsers to open the SAIS page. See the resource at the bottom of the home page of this guide if you want to use such extensions. Be aware that the extension does not always work (e.g., when entering CQI information).
Handling Grade Appeals and Grade Correction
Click on the pdf file (created by the Academic Affairs Team) on the left and read pages 2-3 to learn how to deal with Grade Appeals from students. This resource also clearly specifies how to do Grade Correction. Notes:
Grading appeal and correction period opens for a short time (about a week) towards the end of the semester after the period to enter grades is over.
Please be sure to reply to all grade appeals.
Please make sure that you finish your grade entering, answering grade appeals, and submitting grade corrections before committing to activities such as vacations or extended leaves.
Answer Grade Appeals
Answer students' Grade Appeals; Submit Corrections
Check your timetable / schedule for a semester.
Read Student Feedback and Check Evaluation Scores
Enter CQI data
Enter Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) data