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The main TABS shown below are visible from every page in Ad Astra which will help you navigate through the application effortlessly
Depending on your access you will be able to view multiple announcements and quick links.
Please see our other FAQs for more detailed "how to's" on the reaming tabs in the brand new Ad Astra VII
Previously you could set a filter on the Room Grids.
You can create and set multiple Filters from the Calendar tab by selecting Scheduling Calendars and the Edit Search Filter button.
Once in the Edit Filter box you will set the parameters for the information you would like displayed. Then select View Calendar
The Calendar filter requested will then be displayed.
If you would like to Save the calendar for future searches click on Manage Filters
Give the calendar a name and Save. You can also set is as your default calendar.
Once you have saved your Filter it will be available in the Main Tool Bar under Calendar and Filter options
Previously there were calendar option views in the top tool bar. This would allow you to see what was scheduled in a certain room or possibly find out if a room was available to be scheduled.
Navigate to the Calendars tab
Once there, the toolbar shown will be the main navigational tool to view the calendar in many different ways. Each view is available for a snap shot of the days, weeks, or months events depending on the tab you have chosen.
NOTE: Hover over the piece of paper icon next to the room number to see room details without having to leave the calendar.
Use the Calandar icon to change the range of dates you are looking for or search for a specific item.
Filters can also be added to narrow down the calendar even further. Please refer to the How to create a Calendar Filter FAQ for more instructions on how to use this feature.
In the previous version of Ad Astra there was a date selector that let you set the parameters to show certain terms in the top toolbar
Navigate to the Find Sections page by clicking the Academics tab and then Sections.
Using the drop down menu select the term you would like to view and click Search. The sections that correspond with the selected term will then be displayed to the right of the search field
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<![if !supportLists]><![endif]> To see the entire room record Select the room you wish to view.
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In the top section you will find the Room Info.
Below in the Features you will find detailed information for each room including the feature name, quantity, and description. If a room contains a particular feature, it will be listed in this section. Quantity indicates the number of each feature for that room. If the "Quantity" is blank, then it is either not applicable for that feature or unknown.
You can also view Usage Controls, Custom Fields, Partitions, and Notes down below on the same screen.
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Previously there was tabbed browsing with all the different campus codes listed on the top tool bar.
Navigate to the Find Sections toolbar by clicking the Academics tab and then Sections.
Using the drop down menu select the Campus you would like to view and click Search. The sections that correspond with the selected Campus Code will then be displayed to the right of the search field
Navigate to the Academic tab and then click on the Sections link.
Pull up the section details by clicking on the Course/Subject Name and click Search.
In the Section grid choose the section by clicking on the section title.
Under the Meetings detail box users may click on the arrow icon to the left of the listed meeting type to expand the preference listings.
Navigate to the Academic tab and then click on the Sections link.
In the Section grid choose the section by clicking on the section title or the edit icon (pencil icon).
In the expanded Section Details you can click the Edit button at the top left of the page.
Click the assign icon (House icon)
Once you are in the Scheduler display window, users may review all of the available spaces. Expand the column to show more information.
Expand the Meeting Pattern column to display individual meeting times as well as additional room conflicts and availability. You may select a room by clicking on individual instances or the entire meeting pattern.
Room Conflicts: By double - clicking on a conflict in the Meeting Patterns form, you are able to select a room where available, or double - book a room. NOTE : Double - booking is accessible based on proper user access.
Hover Option: You may hover over the icon next to the room name and the R oom Details will be displayed, i ncluding a picture if available. For full room details, you may also visit the Resources tab and search by room.
This report will let you view a daily schedule for all Instructors in the selected department. It will also give you the option of seeing the section details and information.
This report shows all the instructors and also a color coding of sections showing the enrollment ratio.
This report allows you to view all sections that do not meet a minimum enrollment requirement. This can provide information on what courses may not be cost effective to offer due to low enrollment. (ex. Courses below ten)
This report allows you to view the percent fill for all of your department’s sections. The state report ing minimum percent fill for optimal utilization is (65%), so a more suitable room is necessary if your sections fall below this mark.
This report will show you the hours per week a classroom is being used by showing the sections that meet in the space with a total of hours per week listed. This will return all the buildings and rooms on campus. Please note that 38 the minimal requirement for hours per week.
This will show the sections that are located in a specific building and room by Term. This report returns all the buildings and rooms on campus.
This report shows all the sections scheduled in a certain region. This report returns all regions on campus for a selected term.
Report is broken down by individual instructor and term and returns what sections they are assigned to, including time, days, and room number.
This report allows you to run a report to show sections with a particular meeting type (ex. Lecture, discussion, etc.). This report returns all sections and is currently not available to be broken down by Subject
This report lets you enter a selected date range to display sections. If looking for all sections you can enter the start and end date for a semester. T his can also be used to view additional meeting times if those dates are entered. This returns all subjects on campus.
This report allows you to view all sections for all subjects by term. This will return all the information from all subjects across campus.
This report will let you select a specific subject and term and see all sections associated with them.
This report will show sections by Term and will also include the CRN.
This report show the enrollment fill ratio for each course and all sections offered. This report provides you with an overall room fill ratio for each course offered. This report returns all sections on campus.
These reports will help you in scheduling and can be run for up to date information. They can also be exported to excel and filtered to exclude unnecessary data. For instructions on how to export to Excel please review the How to Navigate the Reporting Tool FAQ. Please let us know if a certain field or search parameter is needed to get you the desired information, as we are working to make the reports as functional as possible.
In order for the student to not have all of the fees associated with the main campus they must register for a section that is coded with an alternate location or campus code (see information below for a complete list of campus codes).
Student fees are majorily accessed by the campus code and the fee waiver forms no longer exist
Please make sure that your section numbers are listed correctly for the activity type; it is very important that these are accurate for reporting purposes. They should be as follows:
|Section Number||Activity Type|
|001-299||Lecture, Development, Dissertation, Ensemble, Independent Study, Practicum,
Private Lesson, Remediation, Seminar & Thesis
|501-599||No Credit Lab|
|D01-D99||Distant Education (online) with a campus code TDE|
|S01-S99||Service Learning Sections|
To view all of the instructors in the college of BA – go to SIAIQRY and type in the term, check the faculty box, and in the status box check AC – press next block. In the college field type in BA and press F8
You will need to print screen, scroll and print screen until you reach the bottom. Unfortunately it does not allow us to print the query another way.
Follow the instructions below to add a Teaching Assistant to section. The instructions that you will follow will depend on whether you are adding to a Credit Bearing section (LEC, LAB) or a Non-credit Bearing section (XCL, DIS).
Follow the instructions below to add a secondary instructor to a section with another instructor or support staff (Senior Business Assistant, etc) in entering grades, pulling up class rosters, etc.
Support Staff Member
To put an instructor on 2 sections that have a time conflict (cross listed sections) you need to CHECK the Override Indicator Box on the instructor form of SSASECT.
To see an instructors schedule go to SIAASGQ – enter the term and instructor ID and press next block.
If you need to view an extended title to your course in addition to the approved course title you can do so on SSASYLB in Banner. This can be helpful for seminar or special topic sections that vary from section to section. This information will be visible for the students online as well as print on their transcript. To do so, follow the steps below and let the Academic Support and Facilities Resources office know if you have any problems or questions!
If you are not offering a course/section for the semester but you have already built the section in Banner – you can "cancel" the section so that the students will not register for it or see it online but it will ROLL over to the next year so that you don’t have to rebuild the section again. All you have to do is just reopen it!
Remove any instructors assigned to the section in Banner by going to the Record drop down menu and select Remove and then Save.
Do the same if a meeting assignment has been placed - Record drop down menu, Remove, and Save
On the main SSASECT screen – change the status to "x" for Cancelled.
Save and you are finished!
If you have classes that are scheduled as TBA like practicum’s, internships, etc; follow these steps in Banner to ensure the proper meeting time information is entered. Do not leave it blank!
To Be Arranged Sections (AR)
The course will now be fed to Ad Astra and be a pink color on your section grid. This is another tool to inform you that the section is a TBA and does not need a room assignment but has the correct time code. If in Ad Astra you see a start and end time of 1200am – 1201am you need to go back into Banner and follow the steps above starting with steps 1‐3 (skip steps 4‐8)and 9‐10.
Please check to make sure that all of your sections have the correct credit, billing, and contact hours listed on SSASECT (see diagram below).
How do I know if the course is a variable credit course?
How do I view the Credit and Billing Hours once I know the class is a variable credit course?
How do I view the correct number of Contact Hours?
What if my maximum number of contact hours is less than my number of credit or billing hours?
I am still going to use the MAXIMUM number of contact hours listed.
There seems to be some confusion over Gradable sections and Pass/Fail sections. Please take a minute to read the information below and let the Academic Support and Facilities Resources office know if you still have questions.
This box is ONLY unchecked when a section does not carry any CREDIT or BILLING HOURS.
Examples of this are Discussions and Non Credit Labs. It should be noted that these sections still contain a Grade Mode.
*Reminder* all sections that the students do not receive credit for (Discussions, no credit labs, etc.) the Gradable box needs to be unchecked on SSASECT for each CRN. This will make sure the students will not receive any credit for the section. Please contact ASFR for a report of sections with the Gradable indicator box checked.
There are TWO summer sessions for the summer terms. If you would like the section to be in summer one only or full summer you will use the term 201187 and if you would like to have the session in summer two only you will use the term 201197. It is important to pay attention to the part of term coding in Banner.
Please see examples below in order to understand the section build process:
These sections will have a term code of 201187 and a part of term of 1SU, this coding will designate the course as 4 weeks and the first summer session only.
These sections will have a term code of 201197 and a part of term of 1, this coding will designate the course as 4 weeks and the second summer session only.
These sections will have a term code of 201187 and a part of term of 1, this coding will designate the course as 8 weeks and the entire summer.
|M W F||T R|
|One Night Only Classes: 1800-2050|
Sections will meet Monday through Friday for 1 hour each day during the regularly scheduled first summer session, break between the regularly scheduled summer terms and reconvene to the meeting pattern of Monday through Friday for 1 hour each day until the conclusion of the second summer session.
Composite Course - Two or more courses or course sections scheduled at the same time with the same instructor(s) of record, the same or similar learning requirements, and the same or similar course content as outlined in the syllabi. Composite courses are identified with a two digit code assigned to the department by the office of Academic Support and Facilities Resources. Use the codes listed below for your department based on whether the sections are tandem or cross-listed. Tandem or Piggyback courses are graduate/undergraduate combinations that use only an Alpha-Alpha code. Cross-listed courses are other types of section combinations. For questions contact ASFR.
|Department||Tandem Codes Assigned||Cross List Codes Assigned|
|Ag Ed and Communications||AA, AB, AC, AD||00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10|
|Agricultural Economics||AE, AF, AG, AH, AI, AJ, AK||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16|
|Agricultural Science||AL, AM, AN, AO||17, 18, 19, 20|
|Animal Food Sciences||AP, AQ, AR, AS, AT, AU, AV, AW, AX||21, 22, 23, 24, 25|
|Architecture||AY, AZ, BA, BB, BC, BD, BE||26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33|
|Art||BF, BG, BH||34, 35, 36, 37, 38|
|Biological Science||BI, BJ, BK, BL, BM, BN, BO, BP, BQ, BR, BS, BT, BU, BV, BW, BX, BY, BZ, CA, CB, CC, CD, CE, CF, CG, CH, CI, CJ, CK, CL, CM, CN, CO, CP||39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45|
|Business Administration||CQ, CR, CS, CT, CU, CV||46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51|
|Chemical Engineering||CW, CX, CY, CZ, DA, DB, DC||52, 53, 54, 55|
|Chemistry & Biochemistry||DD, DE, DF, DG, DH, DI, DJ, DK||56, 57, 58, 59|
|Civil & Enviromental Engineering||DL, DM, DN, DO, DP, DQ, DR, DS, DT||60, 51, 62, 63|
|Classical & Modern Lang & Lit||DU, DV, DW, DX, DY, DZ||64, 62, 66, 67, 68, 69|
|Communication Studies||70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75|
|Computer Science||EA, EB, EC, ED||76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84|
|Community, Family & Addiction Services||85, 86, 87, 88, 89|
|Department of Design||EE, EF, EG, EH, EI||90, 91, 92, 93|
|Economics||94, 95, 96, 97, 98|
|Education||EJ, EK, EL, EM, EN, EO||99, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K, 1L, 1M, 1N, 1O, 1P, 1Q, 1R, 1S, 1T, 1U, 1V, 1W, 1X, 1Y, 1Z, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E|
|Engineering-Deans||2F, 2G, 2H, 2I, 2J|
|Electrical & Computer Engineering||EP, EQ, ER, ES, ET, EU, EV, EW, EX, EY, EZ, FA, FB, FC, FD, FE, FF, FG, FH, FI, FJ, FK, FL, FM, FN||2K, 2L, 2M, 2N, 2O, 2P, 2Q|
|English||2R, 2S, 2T, 2U, 2V, 2W, 2X, 2Y, 2Z|
|Enviromental Toxicology||FO, FP||3A, 3B, 3C, 3D|
|Family & Consumer Sciences Education||FQ, FR, FS||3E, 3F, 3G, 3H, 3I, 3J, 3K|
|Geosciences||FT, FU, TV, FW, FX, FY, FZ, GA, GB, GC, GD, GE, GF, GG, GH, GI, GJ, GK, GL, GM||3L, 3M, 3N, 3O|
|Health, Exercise & Sports Science||GN, GO, GP||3P, 3Q, 3R, 3S, 3T, 3U|
|History||GQ, GR||3V, 3W, 3X, 3Y, 3Z, 4A, 4B|
|Human Development & Family Studies||GS, GT||4C, 4D, 4E, 4F, 4G, 4H, 4I, 4J, 4K, 4L, 4M|
|Industrial Engineering||GU, GV, GW||4N, 4O, 4P, 4Q, 4R, 4S, 4T, 4U, 4V, 4W, 4X, 4Y, 4Z, 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 5E|
|Landscape Architecture||GX, GY, GZ, HA, HB, HC, HD, HE, HF, HG, HH, HI, HJ, HK, HL, HM, HN, HO, HP, HQ||5F, 5G, 5H, 5I|
|Law||5J, 5K, 5L, 5M, 5N|
|Library||5O, 5P, 5Q, 5R, 5S|
|Mass Communications||5T, 5U, 5V, 5W, 5X|
|Mathematics & Statistics||5Y, 5Z, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6E, 6F, 6G|
|Mechanical Engineering||HR, HS, HT, HU||6H, 6I, 6J, 6K, 6L, 6M|
|Music||HV, HW, HX, HY, HZ, IA, IB, IC, ID, IE, IF, IG, IH, II, IJ, IK, IL, IM, IN, IO, IP, IQ, IR, IS, IT, IU, IV, IW, IX, IY, IZ, JA, JB, JC, JD, JE, JF, JG, JH, JI, JJ, JK, JL JM, JN, JO, JP, JQ, JR, JS, JT, JU, JV, JW, JX, JY||6N, 6O, 6P, 6Q, 6R, 6S, 6T|
|Natural Resources Management||JZ, KA, KB, KC, KD, KE, KF, KG, KH, KI, KJ, KK, KL, KM, KN, KO, KP||6U, 6V, 6W, 6X|
|Nutrition, Hospitality, Retailing||KQ, KR||6Y, 6Z, 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E, 7F, 7G, 7H, 7I|
|Petroleum Engineering||KS, KT, KU, KV, KW||7J, 7K, 7L, 7M, 7N, 7O, 7P|
|Personal Financial Planning||KX, KY, KZ, LA, LB, LC, LD, LE, LF, LG, LH, LI, LJ, LK, LL, LM, LN, LO, LP||7Q, 7R, 7S, 7T|
|Philosophy||LQ, LR||7U, 7V, 7W, 7X|
|Physics||LS, LT, LU, LV, LW||7Y, 7Z, 8A, 8B|
|Plant & Soil Science||LX, LY, LZ, MA, MB, MC, MD, ME, MF, MG, MH, MI, MJ, MK, ML, MM, MN, MO, MP||8C, 8D, 8E, 8F, 8G, 8H, 8I, 8J, 8K|
|Psychology||8L, 8M, 8N, 8O, 8P, 8Q|
|SOAR||8R, 8S, 8T, 8U, 8V|
|Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work||MQ, MR, MS, MT, MU, MV, MW||8W, 8X, 8Y, 8Z, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E|
|Theatre & Dance||MX, MY, MZ, NA, NB, NC||9F, 9G, 9H, 9I, 9J, 9K, 9L|
|Wind Energy||ND, NE, NF||9M, 9N, 9O, 9P, 9Q, 9R, 9S, 9T, 9U, 9V, 9W, 9X|
|Women's Studies||NG, NH||9Y, 9Z, A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, B0, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7|
|XL||B8, B9, C0, C1, C2|
Due to recent changes at the Coordinating Board, Texas Tech University is required to amend their current listing for Instructional methods starting this Fall 2011 (201227). The change in coding will allow a more condensed, uniform code to depict the instructional method of Distance Education and Hybrid Instruction.
Fully Distance Education Course: A course which may have mandatory face-to-face sessions totaling no more than 15 percent of the instructional time. This translates to 7 hours or less of a 3-credit hour course delivered via face-to-face instruction. Examples of face-to-face sessions include orientation, laboratory, exam review, or an in-person test.
Hybrid/Blended Course: A course in which a majority (more than 50 percent but less than 85 percent), of the planned instruction occurs when the students and instructor(s) are not in the same place. This translates to between 7 and 22.5 hours of face-to-face instruction required for a 3-credit hour course. The campus code that should be used is determined by where the face-to-face instruction is required.
|Previous TTU Code||Campus Code||New TTU Code||Description|
TLB, TDL, TEP, TFK, THL, TIX, TJN, TOT, TSA, TUO, TWC, TRP
Face to Face
TLB, TDL, TEP, TFK, THL, TIX, TJN, TOT, TSA, TUO, TWC
Interactive Video Conferencing
WEB – Internet or Web Based
MULTI - Multimodal
MULTI - Multimodal
TLB, TDL, TEP, TFK, THL, TIX, TJN, TOT, TSA, TUO, TWC
Hybrid or Blended
MULTI - Multimodal
*Remains the same
**If taught using electronic delivery.
The Week at a Glance displays the faculty’s weekly class schedule by day and time. It includes the Course Name, Number, Section, CRN number, and Meeting Time.
Courses without assigned meeting times will be displayed at the bottom right portion of the page.
Click on the hyperlink of the course to go to additional information about the course section. The hyperlink will display the Faculty Detail Schedule.
Click on the Next Week link or manually type in the week in the Go to (MM/DD/YYYY) field.
Raiderlink can be used to find up to date and accurate enrollment numbers as an alternative to using Cognos or the Ad Astra scheduling system. Log on to www.raiderlink.ttu.edu using a valid eRaider ID.
NOTE: This is real time data
How do I find a detailed class roster in Raiderlink if I have a Faculty/Advisor Tab?
All departments should be reviewing their schedule in BOTH Ad Astra and Cognos. Why both?
When students send error messages, find out what the error message is, ask questions – we will!
Example: Course has multiple restrictions such as a pre-requisite and the course is full.
Step 1 - Go to SFASRPO
Step 3 - Go to next available line
Step 4 - Save
PREREQUISITES make sure that SSAPREQ has a check mark in the CAPP areas for Prerequisites codes.
It should also have a prerequisite code attached that starts with the letter Q in the section CAPP area prerequisites restriction block.
RESTRICTIONS are things like majors only or juniors only and those should be listed on SSARRES.
PERMISSIONS are special approvals that must be given for students to register – like advisor or instructor permissions. Those are found on SSASECT.
Prerequisites, restrictions, and attributes can be viewed under “Course Catalog” or “Class Schedule” in the Faculty/Advisor Tab in Raiderlink or portal (http://raiderlink.ttu.edu/).
All restrictions (College, Major, Classification, or Program) are coded in the course level. When sections are created, these restrictions should roll and can be found in SSARRES Form.
NOTE - the following are restrictions or requirements that CANNOT be coded in the Course Level in Banner:
Prerequisites in Banner are coded in the course level using CAPP Areas for Prerequisites and are attached in SCAPREQ form. When you create a new section, this should roll and can be found in SSAPREQ.
IF a course has prerequisite, please make sure of the following:
NOTE: “QCE3309 – Prereq for CE 3309” is just the FILE NAME and Description for the prerequisite.
In Banner, there are multiple permit types available. Depending on the issue the student is experiencing when trying to process their registration and what your department’s policy is will determine the permit type(s) you should enter on SFASRPO. Update access to SFASRPO is only given to Academic Advisors who have been given permission to post permits by their department.
More than one permit type can be issued on a student (if needed). Examples of SOME but not all permits that can be issued:
The section is full.
The section has a pre-requisite.
The section has a major restriction.
The section is full and has a pre-requisite (multiple restrictions).
A model in which the instructor, students and content can all be located in different, non-centralized locations, so learning can occur independent of place and time.
Student fees are assessed by the campus code and in order for the student to not have all of the fees associated with the main campus (TLB) they must register for a section that is coded with an alternate location or campus code.
Recently Blackboard was integrated with Banner and that means that your faculty will have more up to date information regarding their student enrollment within their Blackboard sections. The good news is that with this new integration, faculty can request their shell within 24 hours of being added as the instructor of record in Banner.
To request a shell, the faculty member needs to visit the following website: http://appserv.itts.ttu.edu/BlackboardCourseRequest/default.aspx
After logging in with their eRaider, the faculty member will see a list of courses that they are assigned to in Banner:
Now that Banner and Blackboard are integrated, changing the Instructor of Record can result in lost work for the instructor. A few things to know:
If a shell has been requested in Blackboard the Integration Partner code will appear on the section in Banner:
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THIS CODE FROM THE SECTION IN BANNER
If a faculty member is reassigned to a new section or CRN in Banner, and they have already created information within their previous shell in Blackboard, they must contact Karissa.Greathouse@ttu.edu in order to have the information transferred to their new section.
It appears that we have two kinds of internships if the students are not located on the main campus of TLB. Please choose one of the following when building internships or practicums:
Once you are in this form you will want to enter the CRN and hit next block.
At that point you will want to scroll all the way to the bottom. The second number on the bottom left hand side of Banner is the number of students registered:
If you notice, the sequence number is NOTthe total number of students enrolled in this course it is simply the number of records that have been entered!
The second number i.e. Record 14/14 is the total number of students registered.
Don’t forget there is a Banner form equivalent to TechSIS screen 105 as well which is SSASECQ (the “Q” meaning this is a query form so don’t forget to use the F8 key). SSASECQ will show you the max limit set for the course, the total number of students enrolled, and the number of seats available.
Use the instructions for Complete Class Roster from Raiderlink for Instructors in order get to a Summary Class List of one of your classes. This is an example of what is should look like.
Select or highlight the fields and students that you would like to move to Excel.
Then do a right click of your mouse to copy or select edit then copy from the menu bar at the top of your browser.
This step is very important in order to get it to paste correctly.
If you are using any version of Excel, you can click in the cell for A1 and then do a right mouse click and you will select the item Paste Special, not Paste.
It will then bring up a box that asks you to select an option for pasting, select Text and click OK
This is what the results should look like.
You are then able to edit as needed.
They can be found on the Report Portal of the Operations division: http://is.operations.ttu.edu/planadmin/odpareportportal/default.aspx
This report is of all the course sections that are currently scheduled for the upcoming fall term and shows their current percent fill (Space Utilization Efficiency Metrics or SUE). The goal is for every Classroom or room with a coding of 110 to reach the 65% fill marker. Appropriate scheduling of academic courses will not only assist the students with their end goal of graduation but it also has the potential to increase University funding.
It is important to verify the locations of students for their respective campuses so that we may properly ascertain and verify SBS billing. This report identifies and pulls campus code discrepancies between the schedule offering and students’ course registrations for easy review.