Grades provides information on the achievement of students that serves as basis for promotion, retention and instructional planning. In spite of the widely available modern technology nowadays that can be used for efficient computation of grades, manual grading system is still utilized by teachers. This study was conducted to enhance the grade processing skills of the faculty in WVSU Calinog Campus composed of three studies: 1) enhancing the grade processing tool used by the faculty, 2) comparison and assessment of manual and Computerized Grading System, and 3) the acceptability of Computerized Grading System. Study 1 used survey questionnaire and interview in determining tools used by the faculty in processing grades, study 2 employed post test only two groups design and study 3 employed utilized survey questionnaire. Statistical tools like mean, standard deviation and t-test were utilized for analysis and interpretation. The findings revealed that majority of the faculty members are computer literate as they used spreadsheet in processing student's grades. The level of efficiency of the faculty who used manual method in processing grades was very low while those who utilized the computerized grading system was high. There was a significant difference in the efficiency of faculty between those who used CGS and MGS in terms of computing grades. Finally, the faculty members of West Visayas State University, Calinog Campus find CGS very acceptable and with the enhanced processing skills, submission of grades can be done on time.