What you should know
Using permission numbers will override requisite checking - this goes for the change of schedule forms - therefore, when you sign a change of schedule form, if you want to override requisites, you need to circle the override requisite.
Students early register by class standing (with the exception of student who applied for graduation, DSS, SSS and CAMP students) for fall, winter and spring quarters.
Requisites can not be enforced, if they are not approved by the curriculum committee. Therefore, any requisite must be stated in the catalog in order to enforce it on Safari.
Academic policy states that students may enroll in a course that is one level above their class standing. Example: Freshmen, can register for a 200 level course, but they can not register for a 300 or 400 level class. Keep in mind that Safari does not check for the class standing requisite, therefore, you need to review your class roster, if you have a student that is not eligible for your course based on their class standing, you can send email@example.com an email notifying us to drop the students due to not meeting the class standing requisite. We will drop the student, and notify them by email.
Class Enrollments Options
Check Attendance: Faculty should check their class rosters during change of schedule and periodically throughout the quarter. Faculty can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to notify the Registrar to drop a student, if they have not attended at all during the first three class meetings or the equivalent of 3-50 minute meetings. This will allow other students that are still trying to add classes the opportunity to enroll in the class, or get signed in by the instructor. Keep in mind, if it is past the second day of the change of schedule period you will need to sign the student in on a "Change of Schedule Form".
Enrollment Comparison Report: Ask the Registrar to run this report periodically throughout the quarter. This is a quarter to quarter comparison. This is not a report you can run from the reports database. It is a specialized report that requires some manual intervention.
If you have questions, please contact the Registrars office at 509-963-3001