Begin by navigating to the Application Program Data page.
Click the Student Admissions link.Step 1
Click the Maintain Applications link.Step 2
Click in the ID field.Step 3
For this example, you want to enter the ID for Susan Bressler.
Enter the desired information into the ID field. Enter
Click in the Application Program Nbr field.Step 5
Enter the desired information into the Application Program Nbr field. Enter
Access the Application Program Data page.
Click the Search button.Step 7
Use the Application Program Data page to add rows for each Program Action taken as the applicant progresses through the admissions process.
To matriculate an applicant, use the Application Program Data page to add a row and change the Program Action to Matriculation.Step 8
The most recently added row with the most recent Program Action appears.
To matriculate an applicant, the most recent Program Action must be Admit or Intention to Matriculate or other action that requires the calculation or payment of your institution's enrollment deposit fees.Step 9
Click the Add Row button.Step 10
Click in the Program Action field.Step 11
To matriculate an applicant into a student, you must enter the code for Matriculation.
Enter the desired information into the Program Action field. Enter
Click the Refresh button.Step 13
When you enter an action of Matriculation, the Create Program button appears. You must click Create Program to create a record for this person in PeopleSoft Student Records.
You cannot save the page until you click the Create Program button.
Click the Create Program button.Step 14
When you matriculate the applicant and click Create Program, the component is saved, and all fields become unavailable for input because this person now belongs to PeopleSoft Enterprise Records.
If you matriculated the applicant in error, you must access the Student Program page in the Program/Plan component in the Records and Enrollment menu to resolve. See the Unmatriculating a Student topic.Step 15
Congratulations! You successfully matriculated a student.
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