Begin by navigating to the Authorize Student Exceptions page.
Click the Academic Advisement link.Step 1
Click the Student Advisement link.Step 2
Click the Authorize Student Exceptions link.Step 3
Click the Add a New Value tab.Step 4
Click the Add button.Step 5
Use the Authorize Student Exceptions page to create an advisement override.Step 6
Click in the Description field.Step 7
Enter the desired information into the Description field. Enter
Academic Program, Academic Plan, and Academic Sub-Plan fields can be blank as long as the subject of the override exists at the career level or higher.Step 9
Click in the Academic Career field.Step 10
Enter the desired information into the Academic Career field. Enter
Click in the Academic Program field.Step 12
Enter the desired information into the Academic Program field. Enter
Click in the Academic Plan field.Step 14
Enter the desired information into the Academic Plan field. Enter
Use the Selection Code field to identify to whom or what the override should apply.
• Primary Academic Plan to apply the override to all of the students in the specified primary plan.
• Academic Program to apply the override to all of the students in the specified program.
• Student Group to apply the override to all of the students in the specified student group.
• Student to apply the override to to a specific student.
For this example, accept the default value of Student.Step 16
Click in the Selection Data field.Step 17
Enter a field value that is appropriate for the selection code. Since you selected Student as the Selection Code, the appropriate data here is a student ID.
Enter the desired information into the Selection Data field. Enter
Use the Operation Code field to identify the type of advisement override you are creating.
Click the Operation Code list.Step 19
• Course Directive to override a specific course to satisfy a requirement. For example, you can redirect a course to satisfy a major requirement instead of a general education requirement.
• Requirement Change to override and change to a specific requirement.
• Requirement Override to override a specific requirement with a student individualized plan requirement.
• Requirement Waiver to override and waive a specific existing requirement.
Click the Requirement Waiver list item.Step 20
For any Operation Code other than Directive, the Level field appears so that you can enter the level at which you want the operation code to work.
• LN for line level.
• RG for requirement group level.
• RQ for the requirement level.
If the operation code is Requirement Change or Requirement Waiver, then the available values are LN, RG, and RQ. If the operation code is Requirement Override, the available values are RG and RQ.
If the Operation Code field value is Course Directive, then the Level field is not applicable. Course directives can be accomplished only at the requirement line level.Step 21
Click in the Level field.Step 22
Enter the desired information into the Level field. Enter
Click the Create Exception link.Step 24
Use this Exceptions Detail page to record the specifics of an advisement override.Step 25
The fields on this page appear based on the information that you enter on the Authorize Student Exceptions page. In this example, the system displays fields to specify a requirement line to waive.Step 26
You want to enter the code for all Psychology requirements.
Enter the desired information into the Requirement Group field. Enter
Click in the Requirement field.Step 28
Enter the desired information into the Requirement field. Enter
Click in the Line Nbr field.Step 30
Enter the desired information into the Line Nbr field. Enter
Click the OK button.Step 32
When you create the exception, the system assigns an Advisement Override number.
You can use the number to access this exception in the future.Step 33
Click the Save button.Step 34
You have successfully created an override of a required course for a specific student. This override will be applied only to that student's Advisement Report.
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