Course Adjustment Process

After the scheduler is run to simulate how students would be scheduled, results of the simulation are put up out on Infodesk so the departments and schools can review them to make changes and adjustments to their course offerings.

The following table shows the Advance Registration Course Adjustment Process:

STEP

DESCRIPTION

1

At the end of the Advance Registration period, a batch process, called the scheduler, is run to simulate how students would be scheduled in classes.

2

After the scheduler is run, the Registrar's Office puts demand reports on the Infodesk for the departments and schools. These reports show how much demand there is for the courses.

3

Departments and schools have a few days to make any adjustments to their enrollment limits, to cancel classes, add sections, change times, change registration controls or split sections.

4

Stages 1 through 3 are repeated twice as simulations, with the third time being a live update.

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