Administrative or Student portal use:
Student portal use ONLY:
In CAPS, Kiosk Registration is a stricter version of the registration program used by administrative staff, with the following criteria applied (not optionally, as is the case with the admin. version):
To access Kiosk Registration, a student may sign on to the Welcome Page Message Board page. Prior to the next start registration date-time, a countdown timer is visible, displaying a number of days, hours, minutes and seconds. When zero time remaining is reached, the online registration button is provided by an automatic page refresh.
A student may kiosk register for courses when the following conditions apply:
The registration page allows two types of changes for ongoing (ungraded) courses:
New course/sections may be lined up as a validated list and processed together with course drops or section changes.
When addition of new course sections and changes to existing courses is completed, the Update button will be active unless a time conflict exists. Resolving all time conflicts enables the update button, to enable the session to move forward to the confirmation screen summarizing course changes and fees, prompting the user to click either the confirm button (‘Accept Changes’) or the ‘cancel’ button (do not accept changes). If the student decides to ‘Accept Changes’ the registration process completes and a printable summary is generated.
The available seats program provides a list of all course sections existing in a user-selected semester, with filters by school, department, faculty, day-of-week, start time, end time, location (building or/and room) and course status (all sections, or open sections only, closed sections only, or cancelled sections only).
On changing semester, department and faculty dropdowns are re-loaded with valid selections.
Course section data is presented in a datatable, with fast click-sortable columns and instant search. List data presented includes, for a given course/section, the number of places available, places taken/remaining, number of course credits, location and times of class meetings, course title, faculty name, and any course messages or schedule messages. Sections with a non-zero number of places taken have a link on the course title to navigate to the Mini Roster screen for that course section, where all students taking that course section are listed (including any who have withdrawn). A button to allow a professor to email the whole class is provided. Double clicking on a student’s last name navigates to that student’s Transcript screen.
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Provides a screen view of a student’s degrees, consisting of a concurrent list of semesters (for each degree listed), each semester containing a list of all courses either already taken by the student and graded, or ongoing (ungraded) courses, or dropped courses (grades W or WX).
Transfer credits – college accreditation from other institutions - may be entered directly by selecting a Transfer Type as per the following:
Student Transcript has a number of Field Level Overrides (FLOs) for conferring additional program functionality to the authorized user, including the following:
Authorized administrative users are able to set any number of flags on a student’s account. Each flag may have some or all flag attributes true by default. Flag attributes restricting or blocking certain types of functional changes are hold flags. Some holds by default block new course registration, or prevent course drops. A flag is in effect when the start date is in the past and the end date is still in the future. To discontinue a flag, a user may set the end date to be today (or a date in the past). Alternatively if the flag attribute blocking some functionality is overridable, the truth of such an attribute may be set to false so as to discontinue a blocking flag, although more typically the end date would be changed from being in the future. No flags are ever deleted, resulting in a complete history trail of flag changes.
Besides 'blocking' type flags (holds), there are also assignable flags enabling such features as online student access to Kiosk, or enabling/requiring e-payment for course registration. Other non-hold flags include those indicating such concepts as ‘do not call’, corporate reimbursement, GED Pending, Library-loaned materials of concern, or “student is deceased”. Some flags are not user settable, but instead are implicitly derived from related data, e.g. nonresident alien flag (if no I-20 visa and has an overseas residential address).