Student Scheduling Status Types

Screen Description

The Student Scheduling Status Types screen provides a table of possible statuses for students during online 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

The table of statuses has the following columns

  • 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.

Click on any line with a status type to get to its Edit Student Scheduling Status Type screen.

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