You can view all your course assignments on the Assignments page.
In Course Navigation, click the Assignments link.
In Assignments, you can view all the assignments in your course.
By default, assignments are grouped by overdue assignments, upcoming assignments, undated assignments, and past assignments.
Each assignment also includes an icon with the assignment type: assignment , discussion , or quiz .
Note: The Assignments page supports keyboard shortcuts. To view a list of keyboard shortcuts, press the comma key.
Each assignment displays the assignment name , availability dates (if any) , due date (if any) , and points possible .
The first dates you may see are called availability dates. Sometimes your instructor only wants you to submit an assignment during a specified date range, so the available dates are the range of time that the assignment is accessible to you.
Note: If a date does not include a time, the listed date defaults to 12 am. Therefore, the last day for the assignment is the full day before the listed date. For instance, if an assignment is Available until December 15, you can access the assignment until December 14 at 11:59 pm.
An assignment may display a second date, which is the Due date . Any assignments submitted after the due date are marked as late; some instructors may deduct points for late submissions. Again, not all assignments may include a Due date.
You can still submit late assignments before the Available until date.
Please be aware that the Due date may be before or on the Available date.
Due dates also include a time . If your instructor does not set a specific time, the assignment due time defaults to 11:59 pm and submissions will be late if submitted after 11:59:59 pm.
If your course includes Multiple Grading Periods, you can view assignments by grading period . You can search for an assignment by typing an assignment title or a keyword in the Search for assignment field . By default, assignments on the Assignments page display by due date. To view assignments by type (assignment, discussion, quiz), click the Type link .
To view the details of an assignment, click the name of the assignment.
The Assignment Summary header displays the assignment title, due date, availability dates, points, and which submission your score is calculated from . Not all assignments may have a due date.
You can view the assignment submission and grading status in the Status Timeline . The timeline may also display options to see previous submissions or submit a new attempt.
You may also be able to view any instructions that your instructor has for the assignment in Details .
By default, the assignment page displays the Attempt tab . If you have not added a submission, the Attempt tab displays options to add a submission. If you have added a submission, the Attempt tab will displays your most recent submission.
To view comments from the instructor or TA, click the Comments tab .
To view any grading criteria that your instructor has provided for the assignment, click the Rubric tab .
To submit your assignment, select a permitted submission type from the Submission Type drop-down menu .
Note: You can always re-submit an assignment unless your instructor has set availability dates for the assignment.
When an assignment is open to you during availability dates, you can view all available assignment information in addition to the specific dates the assignment is available to you. Availability dates may include a first available date (open date), last available date (locked or closed), or both dates to create an overall date range. The Due date may be before or on the last available date (if one is set).
If you were to miss the assignment submission due date , you could still submit the assignment until the last available date . Once the last date passes, you can no longer submit the assignment.
If an assignment is not within its set availability dates, you will not be able to view assignment details, submit, or resubmit work. If a rubric has been added for the assignment, you can view the rubric in the Rubric tab .
Locked assignments display an Unavailable status in the Status Timeline . Availability dates display in the Assignment Summary Header  and the Attempt tab .