If you have more than one class to enter midterm grades for, click on Select new CRN, and repeat steps 5 and 6.
Please note that it is not necessary to enter last attendance date and hours.
9:00 College of Arts and Sciences
12:00 College of Education and Extended University Programs
3:00 Haworth College of Business and College of Aviation
6:00 College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, College of Health and Human Services, and the College of Fine Arts
Please remember to forward a copy of the dismissal letter when your department dismisses a graduate study from their program of study. We keep the letter in the student file and also change the program code in Banner to indicate that the student is no longer part of that program.
There is a report in Cognos (Public Folders>Advisor-Security Assignments (under the periodically used subject areas)>DEPT:Personnel With Advisor Access:001) that you can run by department to determine who is checked for advisor access. Please review this list and make appropriate adjustments before 5:00 on Friday, February 13, 2009. The reports for the reauthorization will be run on Monday, February 16, 2009.
Remember, per FERPA regulations, only those with “an educational need to know” should have this access. That means that if a faculty member is NOT an advisor for a major, minor, or graduate program s/he should NOT have the access.
Thank you for your cooperation in this effort.
Please note that the online Mathematics Placement test is no longer available. Incoming students will be placed based on ACT or SAT scores. Contact the Math Dept, Steve Culver, with any questions on Math Placement.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 includes requirements that textbook information, such as the ISBN and price information for required and recommended textbooks, be disclosed to students in the online course schedule of courses. The intent of this requirement, from the Act, is ‘to ensure that students have access to affordable course materials by decreasing costs to students and enhancing transparency and disclosure with respect to the selection, purchase, sale, and use of course materials.’
We are currently working with OIT staff to link the textbook information which the bookstore has in their system, with the schedule view.
While the deadline for completion under the Higher Ed Act, is July 2010, we are planning to have this in place for Spring 2010.
The technical coordination of the data is one aspect of this project. On the department and faculty side, the impact will be seen in the need to provide the bookstore with textbook information much earlier than in the past. For example, for the spring 2010 semester, textbook information will need to be returned by August 1, 2009.
I will continue to update you as we progress with this project.