Edit Student Scheduling Status Type

Screen Description

The Edit Student Scheduling Status Type screen provides interface for editing an existing student scheduling status type. Student scheduling statuses are used during student scheduling. A default student scheduling status can be set on the academic session (Edit Academic Session page) and overridden on a particular student (Online Student Scheduling Dashboard page).

Details

  • Abbreviation
  • Name
    • Name of the scheduling status
  • Assistant
  • Student Enroll
    • Indicates whether the student can use the Enroll button (a student can have access to online scheduling assistant without the ability to make changes)
  • Advisor Enroll
    • Indicates whether the student advisor (Student Scheduling Advisor permission) has access to online scheduling (can make changes on behalf of a student)
  • Admin Enroll
    • Indicates whether the scheduling administrator (Student Scheduling Admin permission) has access to online scheduling (can make changes on behalf of a student)
  • Registration
  • Student Register
    • Indicates whether the student can use the Save button (a student can have access to course requests without the ability to make changes)
  • Advisor Register
    • Indicates whether the student advisor (Student Scheduling Advisor permission) has access to course requests (and can make changes on behalf of a student)
  • Admin Enroll
    • Indicates whether the scheduling administrator (Student Scheduling Admin permission) has access to course requests (and can make changes on behalf of a student)
  • Email
  • Wait-Listing
    • Indicate whether wait-listing is available for the student
  • No Batch
    • When checked, student class enrollments cannot be changed during batch student scheduling (Student Sectioning Solver screen). These students, however, do count against the class / configuration / course / reservation limits.
  • Advisor Can Set Status
  • Course Request Validation 
    • Use the custom course request validation when configured. Custom course request validation can be used to provide additional validation for the entered course requests, to request overrides, and/or to check student eligibility to register.
  • Special Requests
    • Use the custom special registration when configured. Custom special registration can be used to provide the Scheduling Assistant with the ability to request registration overrides (e.g., during late registration).
  • Message
    • Message to be displayed when the student tries to enroll
  • Start Date, Start Time, End Date, End Time
    • An effective period (time window) can be defined for the status. Students are not allowed to make any changes outside of the effective period (unless allowed by the fallback status).
    • The effective period starts (or ends) at midnight when the start time (or end time) is not defined.
  • Fallback Status
    • Fallback status when outside of the effective period. The fallback status can also have an effective period defined and its own fallback status.

If there are course types defined (Course Types screen). It is possible to define which courses a student can request in the Online Student Scheduling Dashboard. In this case, there is a toggle for each of the course types defined. There is also a toggle (named Other) that applies to all course offerings that do not have a course type set.

Operations