Registration What is University registration? Only a Registered Student may follow a programme of study leading to a University award, have access to relevant services and facilities (including attendance at classes, and assessment), and be entitled to the rights and privileges of University membership as a student. What is required? –Online –In person Exclusions and deadlines Academic Services Division
Registration Communication –Regular s to staff –Registration user guide for Registry staff –Regular s to students –Mailing from Admissions Office –Registration guides for new students –Registration webpages Support – Student IT Helpline Confirmation of registration Academic Services Division
What is Module Enrolment? Module Enrolment is the process by which core modules are automatically attached to a student, students choose their optional modules, and those choices are recorded. The data is held on Saturn, and is also shown on the students My Modules channel on the Portal.
Why do we need Module Enrolment? Module enrolment data is used in several areas: Students – need to have the correct number of credits to complete their course Students - view module information via Portal and WebCT Schools – print class lists based on Saturn information Timetabling – schedule classes based on pre-enrolment information and module sizes Examinations – schedule exam timetables based on student enrolments PMID – allocate budgets based on student numbers
The Module Enrolment Form All data is taken from the Saturn Student Record Header information contains –Students name –Student ID –Course –Year of study All core modules are pre-printed on the form
Three Stages of Module Enrolment The Module Enrolment process has three stages Stage 1 – Module Enrolment (September/October) Stage 2 – Module Confirmation (January/February) Stage 3 – Module Pre-Enrolment (April/May)
Stage 1: Module Enrolment September - October IS run the Module Build for all student records Forms are printed off and sent to Schools Students collect their forms, make choices, and hand in to school offices Choices must be approved! Data entry completed either by School or Timetabling Office Process should be complete by mid October
Stage 2: Module Confirmation January – February Forms are printed off and sent to Schools Students collect their forms, make changes to Spring semester modules, and hand in to school offices New choices must be approved! Data entry completed either by School or Timetabling Office Process should be complete by mid February
Stage 3: Module Pre-Enrolment April - May IS run Module Build for all UG students expected to return Forms are printed off and sent to Schools Students make choices, and hand in forms to school offices Choices must be approved! Data entry completed either by School or Timetabling Office Process should be completed by mid May Data then downloaded by Timetabling Office in order to create draft student timetables
Academic Year Key Dates 4 May 2010 – Module pre-enrolment begins onto modules (start of summer term) 14 May 2010 – All module pre-enrolment forms should be handed in by students 21 May 2010 – All module pre-enrolment data entry should be completed
Module Enrolment: The Future? Online Module Enrolment Much still to be decided, but online module enrolment should: Be user friendly for students (and staff!) Be more efficient for staff time Ensure better data quality Enable the UoN to keep up with our competitors Enhance the student experience Current April 2010 status: SMS team and Timetabling Office have been working on product specification, work currently on hold due to other demands on SMS team.
Contact Details Website: Location: Timetabling Office, E Floor, Portland Building, University Park
Academic Services Division Managing The Student Lifecycle Registry Academic Services Division Chris Bexton, Registry Ian Hamley, Registry
Academic Services Division PGR students – Life Cycle Registration throughout the year Supervision Annual monitoring and progression Examination
Academic Services Division All year round processes Suspensions, withdrawals & transfers Erasmus, U21 and Mobility Schemes The Student Services Centre (SSC) Student confirmation letters Transcripts for graduates The Quality Manual:
Academic Services Division Taught Students - Lifecycle Module and course approval Chase non-registered students Module checks Distribute graduation forms Process award decisions Process progression decisions
Taught Students - Lifecycle Appeals, Council and Office of the Independent Adjudicator 3 Examination periods Academic Offences & Student Discipline Academic Services Division
Handling Debt In-session suspensions Withdrawal of debtors at start of next Session Graduation and debtors Fee Schedule: 10.htm
Academic Services Division Contact Details Registry: Division: Location: E Floor, Portland Building, University Park.