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Academic Scheduling

This section of the website is a resource site for faculty and staff administrators including procedures, forms and reports to support the adminstration of academic scheduling.

If you have any questions about Scheduling, you can reach us at:

Office of Enrollment Services-Academic Scheduling
Brotman Hall - Room 123 
(562) 985-5508
ES-Academic_Scheduling@csulb.edu

 

Updating and Maintaining the Class Schedule

Support Services and Guides for Scheduling Coordinators

New Scheduler Training

You need to complete training before you will be given online access to build your class schedule. Hands-on training sessions are offered by Academic Scheduling staff. After you have completed training, you will be provided with a PeopleSoft account and Astra Schedule access. Contact Academic Scheduling, x5-5508 if you would like to attend a training session.

CMS Confidentiality and access forms must be completed prior to attending any training session. Forms are available on the CMS website.


PeopleSoft Business Process Guides

When you attend scheduling training, you receive Business Process Guides, but you can also view and download the most up-to-date scheduling Business Process Guides on the CMS website. These guides contain useful step-by-step detail for the various schedule building processes as well as helpful hints and notes and appendices.

  • College and Department Schedule Building
  • Facilities Assignments
  • Viewing Catalog and Schedule of Classes Data

Who to Call for Help

Trouble logging into PeopleSoft

  • Information Technology Services help line ext. 58344

Trouble logging into Astra Schedule

  • Technology Help Desk ext. 54959

Class scheduling questions and problems

ASTRA Room Features

Traditional Seat Types Specialized Seat Types Chalkboards & Whiteboards Smart Rooms
(Internet Access)
AV Equipment Misc. Features
ASTRA Room Features
 
  • s-Conference table+chairs
  • s-Seats:fixed
  • s-Tables+chairs:fixed
  • s-Tables+chairs;moveable
  • s-Tablet arm chairs:fixed
  • s-Tablet arm chairs:moveable
  • Bleachers - Usually located in a gymnasium
  • Built-ins - Usually located in labs
  • Desk + chair - Usually located in offices
  • Drafting tables - Usually located in labs or studios
  • Board-chalk
  • Board-white
  • Internet
  • AV-CD player
  • AV-Data video projector
  • AV-DVD
  • AV-Overhead projector
  • AV-Slide projector
  • AV-VCR
  • AV-Wireless Mike Trans.
  • Computers
  • Dressing room
  • KLON
  • Lobby
  • Painting easels
  • Stage
  • Windows
  • Woodworking

Facility Room Types

Room Room Type
Facility Room Types
 
Conf Conference Room
Lab-business Teaching Labs used by College of Business
Lab-education Teaching Labs used by College of Education
Lab-engineering Teaching labs used by College of Engineering
Lab-health human serv Teaching labs used by College of Health and Human Services
Lab-liberal arts Teaching labs used by College of Liberal Arts
Lab-science Teaching labs used by College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Lect All-university lecture space
Lect-auditorium All-university auditorium space
Lect-special Active learning classroom
Off campus Off campus meeting space
Office-college Designated college office
Office-depart Designated department office
Office-faculty Designated faculty office
Other Non-Instructional auxillary space; e.g. Foundation building
PE-indoor All university sports activity space; e.g. USU bowling
PE-outdoor All university sports activity space; e.g. swim pool
Studio-art Teaching labs used by the Art department
Studio-COTA Teaching labs used by College the Arts
Studio-dance Teaching labs used by Dance department
Studio-design Teaching labs used by the Design department
Studio-film Teaching labs used by the Film department
Studio-music Teaching labs used by the Music department
Studio-theatre Teaching labs used by Theatre Arts

Building Codes

Building Code Building Abbreviation Building Name Location
Building Codes
 
20 AS Academic Services Upper Campus
85 CBA College of Business Administration Lower Campus
CTS CTS Tennis/Basketball Courts Lower Campus
72 DC Dance Center Lower Campus
54 DESN Design Lower Campus
83 ECS Engineering & Computer Science Lower Campus
22 EED Ellis Education Upper Campus
23 ED2 Education 2 Upper Campus
51 EN2 Engineering 2 Lower Campus
52 EN3 Engineering 3 Lower Campus
53 EN4 Engineering 4 Lower Campus
56 ET Engineering Technology Lower Campus
32 FA1 Fine Arts 1 Upper Campus
33 FA2 Fine Arts 2 Upper Campus
34 FA3 Fine Arts 3 Upper Campus
35 FA4 Fine Arts 4 Upper Campus
5 FCS Family & Consumer Sciences Upper Campus
82 FND Foundation Building Lower Campus
FLD FLD Baseball/Softball Fields Lower Campus
16 FO2 Faculty Office 2 Upper Campus
15 FO3 Faculty Office 3 Upper Campus
36 FO4 Faculty Office 4 Upper Campus
45 FO5 Faculty Office 5 Upper Campus
48 HHS1 Health & Human Services 1 Lower Campus
49 HHS2 Health & Human Services 2 Lower Campus
95 HSCI Hall of Science Upper Campus
55 HSD Human Services & Design Lower Campus
47 KIN Kinesiology Lower Campus
14 LA1 Liberal Arts 1 Upper Campus
13 LA2 Liberal Arts 2 Upper Campus
12 LA3 Liberal Arts 3 Upper Campus
11 LA4 Liberal Arts 4 Upper Campus
10 LA5 Liberal Arts 5 Upper Campus
25 LAB Language Arts Upper Campus
61 LCH Los Cerritos Hall Lower Campus
17 LH Lecture Hall Upper campus
19 LIB Library Upper campus
24 MHB McIntosh Humanities Bldg Upper campus
41 MIC Microbiology Upper campus
94 MLSC Molecular & Life Sciences Center Upper campus
21 MM Multimedia Upper campus
3 NUR Nursing Lower Campus
37 PH1 Peterson Hall 1 Upper campus
38 PH2 Peterson Hall 2 Upper campus
9 PSY Psychology Upper campus
73 PYR Pyramid Lower Campus
201 RLC Residential Learning College Off-Campus
RNG RNG KIN Range Lower Campus
46 SPA Social Science/ Public Affairs Lower Campus
93 SRWC Student Recreation & Wellness Center Lower Campus
SWM SWM Swimming Pool Lower Campus
26 TA Theater Arts/Studio Theatre Upper campus
71 UMC University Music Center Lower Campus
6 USU University Student Union Upper campus
27 UT University Theatre Upper campus
28 UTC University Telecommunications Center Upper campus
50 VEC Vivian Engineering Center Lower Campus

Facility Updates

  • Updates Coming Soon

Lecture Classroom List

Building Room Seats Smart Additional Information
Lecture Classroom List
AS 240 32 yes  
AS 241 33 yes  
AS 242 33 yes  
AS 243 33 yes  
CBA 110 44 yes  
CBA 111 45 yes  
CBA 112 45 yes  
CBA 113 43 yes  
CBA 114 48 yes  
CBA 122 48 yes  
CBA 123 48 yes  
CBA 124 42 yes  
CBA 125 42 yes  
CBA 214 42 yes  
CBA 216 25 yes  
CBA 227 42 yes  
CBA 228 42 yes  
CBA 229 42 yes  
CBA 235 48 yes  
ECS 202 65 yes  
ED2 158 38 yes  
ED2 160B 24 yes  
ED2 174 15    
ED2 175 15    
ED2 216 22 yes  
EN2 103 35 yes  
EN2 105 41 yes  
EN2 107 56 yes  
ET 9 38 yes  
ET 105 34 yes  
ET 107 48 yes  
ET 229 46 yes  
FA1 202 40 yes  
FA1 206 71 yes  
FA4 307 68 yes  
FA4 311 62 yes  
FCS 106 50 yes  
FCS 136 58 yes  
HHS1 100 42 yes  
HHS1 101 48 yes  
HHS1 104 48 yes  
HHS1 105 60 yes  
HHS1 200 39 yes  
HHS1 201 48 yes  
HHS1 204 48 yes  
HHS1 205 46 yes  
HSCI 101 30 yes  
HSCI 107 30 yes  
HSD 111 40 yes  
HSD 113 40 yes  
KIN 58 48 yes  
KIN 63 60 yes  
LA1 202 38 yes  
LA1 204 51 yes  
LA1 214 40 yes  
LA1 300 40 yes  
LA1 301 56 yes  
LA1 302 38 yes  
LA1 303 53 yes  
LA1 304 39 yes  
LA1 305 39 yes  
LA1 306 38 yes  
LA1 307 40 yes  
LA1 308 36 yes  
LA1 309 44 yes  
LA1 310 33 yes  
LA1 312 45 yes  
LA1 314 53 yes  
LA2 100 40 yes  
LA2 104 28 yes  
LA2 105 28 yes  
LA2 106 28 yes  
LA2 107 29 yes  
LA2 108 20 yes  
LA2 202 32 yes  
LA2 203 28 yes  
LA2 204 27 yes  
LA2 205 29 yes  
LA2 206 28 yes  
LA2 207 28 yes  
LA2 208 21 yes  
LA3 108 24 yes  
LA3 109 21 yes  
LA3 120 59 yes  
LA3 203 27 yes  
LA3 206 20 yes  
LA4 100 35 yes  
LA4 105 40 yes  
LA5 147 48 yes  
LA5 148 42 yes  
LA5 149 63 yes  
LA5 150 52 yes  
LA5 151 37 yes  
LA5 152 45 yes  
LA5 153 30 yes  
LA5 154 57 yes  
LA5 165 62 yes  
LA5 167 62 yes  
LA5 169 38 yes  
LA5 171 37 yes  
LA5 243 45 yes  
LA5 244 43 yes  
LA5 245 43 yes  
LA5 246 59 yes  
LA5 247 43 yes  
LA5 248 59 yes  
LA5 250 57 yes  
LA5 261 36 yes  
LA5 263 37 yes  
LA5 265 42 yes  
LA5 267 42 yes  
LA5 271 48 yes  
LA5 343 39 yes  
LA5 347 38 yes  
LA5 353 43 yes  
LA5 355 48 yes  
LA5 357 37 yes  
LA5 359 31 yes  
LAB 114 37 yes  
LAB 126 48 yes  
LAB 128 16    
PH1 100 35 yes  
PH1 101 22 yes  
PH1 107 28 yes Removed from UCP Pool - Fall 2017
PH1 108 42 yes  
PH1 110 25 yes  
PH1 112 40 yes  
PH1 125 28 yes  
PH1 127 41 yes  
PH1 129 49 yes  
PH1 135 42 yes  
PH1 209 49 yes  
PH1 218 30 yes  
PH1 219 42 yes  
PH1 220 45 yes  
PH1 223 75 yes  
PH1 227 40 yes  
PH1 228 49 yes  
PH1 235 42 yes  
PSY 148 40 yes  
PSY 152 28 yes  
PSY 153 50 yes  
PSY 154 50 yes  
PSY 155 45 yes  
PSY 200 37 yes  
PSY 201 35 yes  
PSY 202 35 yes  
PSY 203 38 yes  
PSY 230 24    
PSY 234 35 yes  
PSY 236 35 yes  
PSY 320 18    
PSY 324 18    
SPA 102 15    
SPA 103 24 yes  
SPA 104 44 yes  
SPA 105 42 yes  
SPA 106 43 yes  
SPA 107 42 yes  
SPA 108 36 yes  
SPA 109 47 yes  
SPA 110 47 yes  
SPA 111 50 yes  
SPA 112 40 yes  
SPA 203 40 yes  
SPA 204 44 yes  
SPA 208 44 yes  
SPA 209 48 yes  
SPA 210 44 yes  
SPA 211 48 yes  
SPA 212 46 yes  
TA 33 30 yes  
UTC 101 56 yes  
UTC 201 40 yes  
UTC 203 40 yes  
VEC 110 53 yes  
VEC 112 54 yes  
VEC 113 54 yes  
VEC 115 54 yes  
VEC 202 42 yes  
VEC 227 48 yes  
VEC 322 49 yes  
VEC 326 53 yes  
VEC 401 37 yes  
VEC 516A 48 yes  

Lecture Room Allocation

Auditorum Classroom List

Building Room Seats Additional Information
 Auditorium Classroom List
CBA 139 117  
CBA 139A 117  
CBA 140 197  
CBA 140A 197  
DESN 112 80  
ECS 105 196 Capacity change effective Fall 2017
FCS 8 96  
FCS 126 93  
HSCI 100 180  
HSCI 102 182  
HSCI 103 80  
HSCI 105 80  
KIN 59 120  
LA2 120 93  
LA4 120 94  
LH 150 170  
LH 151 277  
MM 100 117 Capacity change effective Fall 2017
MM 200 110  
PH1 140 116  
PH1 141 215  
PSY 150 149  
UT 108 378 Available for course scheduling M-Th 8:00am - 1:45pm onl

 

Active Learning Classroom List

Building Room Seats Scheduling Priority**
Active Learning Classroom List
 
AS 235 55 CNSM - Phase I only
AS 244 65 CNSM - Phase I only
CBA 217 45 CBA - Phase I only
CBA 218 40 CBA - Phase I only
EED 40 45 COED - Phase I only
EED 41 45 COED - Phase I only
LA2 101 72 COLA - Phase I only
LA2 200 72 COLA - Phase I only
LA3 106 72 COLA - Phase I only
LA3 204 64 COLA - Phase I only

For more information on scheduling Active Learning rooms, see Active Learning Classrooms.

Rooms with Conflict Checking Turned Off

There are some rooms--usually off campus or special activity spaces--which multiple class sections can share at the same time. When a department or college identifies such a room, Academic Scheduling turns off conflict checking to allow the room to be assigned to more than one section with identical or overlapping meeting patterns. Schedulers should carefully review all classes assigned to these rooms to ensure there are no unintended conflicts.

Building Room Facility ID Room Type
Capacity
Rooms the Conflict Checking Turned Off
 
FA4 217 035-217 Studio - art 24
FLD 112 FLD-112 PE - outdoor 999
FLD 113 FLD-113 PE - outdoor 999
FLD 115 FLD-115 PE - outdoor 999
FLD 117 FLD-117 PE - outdoor 999
FLD 118 FLD-118 PE - outdoor 999
FLD 122 FLD-122 PE - outdoor 999
HSD 102A 055-102A Lab - HHS 28
OTBK 1 OTBK-001 PE - outdoor 999
PH1 124 037-124 Studio - art 6
RNG 103 RNG-103 PE - outdoor 999
RNG 104 RNG-104 PE - outdoor 999
SWM 100 SWM-100 PE - outdoor 999
SWM 101 SWM-101 PE - outdoor 999
SWM 102 SWM-102 PE - outdoor 999
UMC A100 071-A100 Studio - music 286
UMC A301 071-A301 Studio - music 150
UMC A307 071-A307 Studio - music 48
UMC  A311 071-A311 Studio - music 120
UMC A401 071-A401 Studio - music 20
UMC A501 071-A504 Studio - music 0
UMC A505 071-A505 Studio - music 12
UMC A506 071-A506 Studio - music 10
UMC C100 071-C100 Studio - music 80
UMC C200 071-C200 Studio - music 30
UMC C205 071-C205 Studio - music 35
UMC  C302 071-C302 Studio - music 20
UMC  C309 071-C309 Studio - music 20
UMC C310 071-C310 Studio - music 24
UMC C401 071-C401 Studio - music 24
UMC C402 071-C402 Studio - music 35
UMC C403 071-C403 Studio - music 24
UMC  C404 071-C404 Studio - music 25

Astra Schedules and Guides

For Ad Astra Guides, please log into SSO and click on the Ad Astra Chiclet.  You will find the guides on the right hand side of your ASTRA dashboard.

Final Exams

Catalog and Requisite Reports

Location: CS-Link

The following reports can be used to Identify and review:

  • Curriculum level information for active courses
  • Certified and enforced requisites
  • Typically Offered course coding

Active Courses Report (LBSR008E)

Report Format: Excel

This sortable report allows users to view course catalog information and identify which courses can be scheduled for a specific term. The report includes:

  • Subject, Catalog Number, Title
  • CS Number and matching Component type
  • Units (including variable units), and repeatability limit
  • General Education
  • Grading Type
  • Typically offered information

Active Courses Report (LBSR0008)

Report Format: Word

This report allows users to view course catalog information and identify which courses can be scheduled for the specified term. The report includes

  • Subject, Catalog Number, Title
  • CS Number and matching Component type
  • Units (including variable units), and repeatability limit
  • General Education
  • Grading Type
  • Typically offered information

Course Catalog Requisite (LBSR0236)

Report Format: Excel

This report lists all active courses and whatever course requisites coded at the catalog level. Requisites coded at the course catalog level automatically apply to all course class sections scheduled for a term. The report includes:

  • Subject, Catalog Number, Title
  • Certified Requisite/Course Description (informational only)
  • Enforced Requisite Description (the coding students will be held to when registering)
  • Identifies courses with Consent restrictions enforced at the Catalog level.

Note: When a course has both Consent and Requisite restrictions, Consent restrictions will override requisite restrictions


Class Schedule Requisite (LBSR0237)

Report Format: Word

This report lists all class sections for a specific term that are coded with either section level or catalog level requisite restrictions. It is intended for use by approved special programs or cohorts. The report includes:


Typically Offered Courses Data Report (LBSR1141)

Report Format: Excel

This report lists typically offered data from the course catalog. The report also provides the course offering history for the seven terms previous to the term in which the report is run. It can be used to verify if the typically offered data is accurate, as well as a reference tool when building the class schedule. The report includes:

  • Subject, Catalog Number, Title
  • Typically Offered Terms (i.e. “Fall Term Only,” or “Fall, Spring, Summer”)
  • Term specific columns identifying if a course was offered

Class Schedule Reports

The following reports provide a comprehensive look at the class section information for a specified term.

Schedule Building Detail Report (LBSR0024B)

Report Format: Word

This report displays all class sections scheduled for a specified term.  The report is similar to the Schedule Detail Report, but is intended for use during schedule building, and is double spaced so edits can be easily marked and read. The report includes:

  • meeting days, times, rooms, and instructors
  • enrollment caps and enrollment totals
  • class notes ID number
  • class status (Active/Cancelled/Tentative)
  • units (including classes with variable units)

Schedule Detail Report (LBSR0024)

Report Format: Word

This report displays all class sections scheduled for a specified term.  The report is similar to the Schedule Building Detail Report but is intended for use during the registration period.  The report includes:

  • meeting days, times, rooms, and instructors
  • enrollment caps and  enrollment totals
  • waitlist totals
  • unused permits
  • class enrollment status (Open or Closed for enrollment)
  • units (including classes with variable units)

Schedule of Classes Report (LBSR0061)

Report Format: Word

This report displays class sections in Active status for a specified term. The layout of this report is modeled after the online Browseable Schedule of Classes. The report includes:

  • meeting days, times, rooms, and instructors
  • class sections with Consent (students will need a permit to register)class notes ID number and text
  • global notes (information applied to all sections within a subject)
  • multiple component classes (i.e. lecture/laboratory) grouped for easy identification
  • identifies classes with instruction mode of Hybrid or Online Only
  • identifies classes with unique begin/end dates
  • identifies General Education classes
  • identifies Combined Sections
  • units (including classes with variable units)

Note: this report will not display class sections that are in Cancelled or Tentative status, or scheduled not to print.


Class Schedule Data Report (LBSR0419)

Report Format: Excel

This report displays all class sections scheduled for a specified term. The report includes:

  • meeting days, times, rooms, and instructors
  • class instruction mode (Traditional, Hybrid, Online Only)
  • class fill percentage and room fill percentage
  • enrollment total, waitlist total, and unused permits
  • units (including classes with variable units)
  • identifies General Education classes
  • identifies Combined Sections

Class Schedule Data Report with Facility Information (LBSR0419F)

Report Format: Excel

This report displays all class sections scheduled for a specified term. It has the same information as the Class Schedule Data Report with additional facility information. The report includes:

  • meeting days, times, rooms, and instructors
  • class instruction mode (Traditional, Hybrid, Online Only)
  • class fill percentage and room fill percentage
  • enrollment total, waitlist total, and unused permits
  • units (including classes with variable units)
  • identifies General Education classes
  • identifies Combined Sections
  • identifies Smart Rooms, room type, AV Equipment, and seating type

Exam Schedule Detail Report (LBSR0301)

Report Format: Excel

This report displays final exam information for all Enrollment sections scheduled for a specified term. The report includes:

  • exam day, date, room, and instructor
  • class instruction mode
  • identifies class sections without a final exam

Note: This report does not display exam information until after Academic Scheduling runs the Final Exam process. This usually takes place mid-term.

Classroom Usage, Availability & Information Reports

Location: Ad Astra Reporting Tab

The following reports can be used to:

  • Search for classroom availability by term
  • Identify classroom usage by day or week
  • Review seat capacity, room type, and room features for a specified term

Available Rooms Standard Times

This report will identify classroom availability for three-contact-hour meeting patterns in the spring and fall terms.

  • The meeting patterns are based on Class Scheduling Policy 99-24.
    • Examples: MWF 8:00 – 8:50 AM, TTH 12:30 – 1:45 PM
  • The report includes seating capacity, room features, and room type
  • Room Types can be used as a parameter/filter

Weekly Room Grid

This report displays classes and events scheduled in a classroom during a specified week. It is a printable version of the Weekly Grid located on the Ad Astra Calendar Tab.

  • Parameters/filters include building/room and date.
  • Generates a printable PDF file

Daily Room Grid

This report displays classes and events scheduled on campus during a specified date. It is a printable version of the Daily Grid located on the Ad Astra Calendar Tab.

  • Generates a printable PDF file.

Rooms by Building

This report allows users to see building and room information for all campus instructional facilities. The report includes:

  • Seating capacity, room features, and room type

Scheduling Edit and Clean-Up Reports

The following reports identify scheduling issues that should be addressed by department/college schedulers during the scheduling building and registration period for a specified term.

Class Meeting Times Compliance Report (LBSR0689)

Why you need it:

This report identifies class sections in danger of being deleted at the end of Phase II for non-compliant start times.

How you use it:

  • identify lecture and seminar class sections that are not scheduled in Start Time compliance, and should be rescheduled or submitted for exception
  • identify which class sections have been granted an exception from Academic Affairs
  • report is valid for Spring and Fall terms only
  • report should be run each week during Phase I and Phase II schedule building

For more information go to the Academic Scheduling website – Class Meeting Times Compliance.


Noon Hour Compliance Report (LBSR1101)

Why you need it:

This report identifies class sections in danger of being deleted at the end of Phase II for violating the Noon-Hour Policy.

How you use it:

  • identify lecture and seminar class sections that are scheduled Mon/Wed 12:30 – 01:45 p.m. and do not have another section running during the day between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
  • report is valid for Spring and Fall terms only
  • report should be run each week during Phase I and Phase II schedule building

For more information on Noon Hour compliance see Section 7.0000 in Class Scheduling Policy Statement 99-24 and the Request for Exception to Noon Hour Class Scheduling form on the Academic Scheduling website.


Combined Sections Report (LBSR0022)

Why you need it:

This is the only report that displays all combined section information, including combined enrollment and waitlist capacities. If the enrollment or waitlist capacity for a combined section is incorrect, the following can happen:

  • students will not be able to register in the section even though seats are available
  • students will not be able to move off the waitlist even though seats are available

How you use it:

  • confirm that class sections are correctly combined – there should never be just one section in a combination
  • confirm that sections have a combined enrollment and waitlist capacity
  • confirm that the combined enrollment capacity matches or is less than the capacity of the assigned classroom
  • report is valid for all terms
  • run before the end of Phase I and Phase II schedule building

Note: When a course has both Consent and Requisite restrictions, Consent restrictions will override requisite restrictions


Class Association Number Does Not Match Course Section (LBSR176)

Why you need it:

This report identifies enrollment classes with section numbers that do not match association numbers. Mismatches of this type can keep students from enrolling in the section.

How you use it:

  • as you build new sections, use report to identify and correct association numbers in PeopleSoft
  • report should be run each week during Phase I and Phase II schedule building
  • report is valid for all terms

Classes That Will Not Print in the Schedule Report (LBSR0010)

Why you need it:

This report lists all classes which will not show in the Browseable Schedule of Classes or in MyCSULB class searches. The report includes:

  • classes with the Schedule Print check box on the Basic Data page unchecked
  • classes with the class status of Tentative on the Enrollment Control page.

How you use it:

  • confirm that classes will appear in the Browseable Schedule of Classes
  • run before the end of Phase II schedule building

Classes Without Assigned Instructor Report (LBSR0016)

Why you need it:

This report lists classes that have students enrolled but no instructor assigned.

How you use it:

  • run report before classes begin to identify classes that need an instructor assigned
  • run report the week before census to confirm all sections have an instructor assigned

Class Status Edit (LBSR0073)

Why you need it:

This report lists the class status for each class section in a term. If class status is anything other than Active, students cannot enroll.

How you use it:

  • run report for a specific class status: Active, Cancelled, Tentative, or Stop Further Enrollment.
  • The report may also be run for a specific class status: i.e Active, Cancelled, Tentative, or Stop Further Enrollment.
  • report is valid for all terms
  • run before the end of Phase I and Phase II schedule building to make sure you only have Active and Tentative sections scheduled

Note: Never cancel a section when building your schedule. If you don't need a section, delete it.


LBSR0026 Class Notes Text Report (LBSR0026)

Why you need it:

This is the only report that lists text for all standard and frequently used class notes. Class notes will roll from term to like term.

How you use it:

  • use this report if you are looking for a pre-existing class note
  • report is valid for all terms
  • run as needed

Current Active Instructors Report (LBSR0009)

Why you need it:

This report lists all active instructors and the subject areas they are able to teach.

How you use it:

  • run report to see if instructors are attached to the necessary/correct subject area
  • report is valid for all terms
  • run as needed

Summer & Winter Class Meeting Hours Audit (LBSR0279)

Why you need it:

This is the only report that identifies if sufficient minutes have been scheduled for summer or winter session classes.

How you use it:

  • identify the number of required minutes
  • identify the number of minutes actually scheduled
  • determine if the class has been scheduled over or under the required number of minutes
  • run weekly during scheduling building for summer and winter terms