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SIS/Building Your Schedule of Classes - Maintain Schedule of Classes: Notes Tab
This document outlines how to add notes in Maintain Schedule of Classes.
Use notes to specify essential enrollment information for students, e.g., course fees (once approved; see: Special Course Fee Policy), explanation of variable credits, information about optional components, midterm evening exams, etc.
If information pertains to all or most of your subject's offerings, consider placing it in Global Notes instead of Class Notes.
General information about a course should be displayed in Instructor Provided Content, instead of Class Notes.
From the SIS Homepage, select the Curric & Enrollment Rep WorkCenter tile. Select the Maintain Schedule of Classes link.
Use the Find page to locate the course. Search by Institution, Term, and Subject Area (option: add Catalog Nbr).
Select the Notes tab
Find the section that needs a note by using the arrows on the row counter. Desired Class section will display.
To add a standard note, select the lookup icon next to the Note Nbr field. Then select Look Up to view the existing notes to choose from. Select the note you wish to attach.
To add a Free Format Text note, simply type into the empty box next to the field.
If you need to add a note and there is already an existing note (either Note or Free Format Text):
- Select last + Add button to the right of this note’s Sequence Number.
- Add the note as needed.
If you need to remove an existing note:
- Click the - button to remove the note. The Clear Note button will erase Free Format Text but will not delete the note, so click the - button to remove either a standard Note or a Free Format Text note.
Repeat steps 4 - 7 for every section that needs that note. You must manually create/attach notes on all applicable sections. Use the Upper Row Counter to move between sections.
- A single note row can contain either one standard Note or a Free Format Text note. To include multiple standard Notes or to include both standard and Free Format Text notes, you will need to add multiple note rows.