1. Navigate to the Basic Data page.
Pathname: Curriculum Management - Schedule of Classes - Schedule New Course
2. At the Search Page, complete the following fields:
3. Click .
4. Select the Course Offering.
5. Type the next sequential number in Class Section on the Basic Data page.
6. Select the Component type.
7. Select the Class Type.
8. Type the Associated Class number.
CRITICAL NOTE: The Associated Class ties one class component to another, such as recitations to labs.
9. Add a new class by adding a row in Class Sections.
10. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each additional class.
11. Click to assign class numbers.
12. Click the Meetings Tab.
Page Name: Meetings
13. Complete the following Meeting Pattern fields for each of the classes you added:
CRITICAL NOTE: The Cent Pool ClsRm field is used to identify classes that should be scheduled into classroom pool rooms, using the bulk scheduling system (Schedule 25), or manually scheduled by a department.
14. Complete the Instructor information:
Click to add additional rows if there is more than one instructor for a class.
CRITICAL NOTE: The drop-down Access list indicates what authority this instructor has related to grading (Approve, Grade, or Post). Only one person can post.
15. Click the Enrollment Control Tab.
Page Name: Enrollment Control
16. Complete the following Meeting Pattern fields for each of the classes you added:
17. Type the 1st Auto Enroll Section number in the field of the section to which it is linked.
CRITICAL NOTE: This will automatically enroll the student in the section when they enroll in the first one.
18. Type the 2nd Auto Enroll Section number in the field of the section to which it is linked.
19. Continue Steps 11 and 12 for all sections to be auto enrolled.
20. Click .
CRITICAL NOTE: The class number is now assigned and the Enrollment Status is open.
21. Click the Reserve Cap Tab.
Page Name: Reserve Cap
The reserve capacity is placed at the section level and allows spaces to be held for a specific population.
22. Click the Notes Tab.
Page Name: Notes
Notes appear in the Schedule of Classes and can provide additional information about this class, such as “evening exam” or “field trips required.” Notes can be selected from a pre-defined list using the Look Up Glass in Note Nbr or created using Free-Format Text field.
23. Click the Exam Tab.
Page Name: Exam
CRITICAL NOTE: Final Exam assignments are made by the Registrar's Scheduling Office and are mostly done via a batch process. Only the Scheduling Office will be able to make changes to the exam information.
25. Click .