The Enrollment Control page is used to set up enrollment packages and specify room and enrollment capacities.
Identifies if this is an Enrollment Section or Non-Enrollment Section. Usually only one of the component types is identified as ‘Enrollment Section’ and the other component types are ‘Non-Enrollment Section’. For example, in a course with a Lecture + Discussion, the Discussion is generally the Enrollment Section and the Lecture is generally the Non-Enrollment Section.
|Class Status||Default as Active. Change to Cancelled Section if you are cancelling a section with no enrollment after the schedule of classes has been released.|
|Enrollment Status||Will display as either Open or Closed. If the enrollment capacity has been reached, will display as Closed|
|Requested Room Capacity||Expected room capacity for the final enrollment of the course section. Note: if there are multiple components to a course, make sure the main component room capacity includes each section. For example, if you are scheduling a Lecture and 3 Discussions, ensure the Lecture capacity includes the capacities for all 3 Discussions.|
|Enrollment Capacity||Number of students allowed to enroll in this class section|
|Wait List Capacity||Number of students allowed to enroll on the Wait List if the enrollment capacity is reached.|
|1st Auto Enroll Section||The course section that this section will automatically enroll the students into. For example, if you are adding a Discussion 301 that will auto-enroll into Lecture 001, enter 001 in this field.|
|2nd Auto Enroll Section||An additional section that this section will automatically enroll the students into. For example, if you are adding a Lab 601, that will auto-enroll into Dis 301 and Lec 001, enter 301 in this field and 001 in the 1st auto enroll field.|
Update Sections of a Class is the best page to easily review auto enroll information for an entire course.You can view and update information for multiple sections at the same time, including consent, enrollment capacities, wait list capacities, and more.