Job Aid - Class Scheduling

Add New Class Sections

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This job aid explains the basic steps required to add new class sections. For a detailed description of every field on the pages referenced in this document, see the “Scheduling and Maintaining Classes” reference guide at sis.berkeley.edu/training.

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From the Main Menu, navigate to: Curriculum Management >Schedule of Classes >...

Set Up Reserve Capacities

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Reserve Capacity Sequences and Requirement Groups allow you to reserve seats in a class for a specified group of students. This job aid describes the steps to setting up a class using reservation capacity functionality. If a Requirement Group, or a group with a combination of requirements, does not already exist in the look up table, please contact the Office of the Registrar to request that a new Requirement Group be created.

WARNING: You must create a new Reserve Capacity Sequence for each Requirement Group. Adding different types of Requirement...

Place a Class Requisite

A Class Requisites can be placed on a class to restrict both enrollment and wait listing. Class Requisites apply to the entire class and only one requisite may be placed per class.

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From the Main Menu, navigate to: Curriculum Management>Schedule of Classes>Adjust Class Associations.
Enter the information in the Term, Subject Area, Catalog Nbr or use the magnifying glass to...

Use Student Specific Permissions

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This job aid is for staff members. Student Specific Permissions are used when a class is set to Dept/Inst Consent, Enrollment Permission Only, or when permission is granted for specific students (who otherwise would not qualify) to enroll in a class.

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Navigate to: Curriculum Management > Schedule of Classes > Maintain Schedule of Classes. “Check” the Student Specific Permissions...

Use Class Permission Numbers

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This job aid instructs staff how to use class permissions functionality in Campus Solutions.

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Class Permission Numbers are used when students are approved to enroll despite not meeting certain restrictions, requirements (such as instructor/department consent), reserved seat qualifications, or career standing (UGRD to GRAD class).

From the Main Menu, navigate to: Records and Enrollment...

Add Term-Specific Titles, Class Descriptions and Class Notes

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This job aid describes the process for adding term-specific titles, class descriptions and class notes. Campus Solutions has been configured to collect three important areas of class data in separate, specially designated class notes.

1. Special Title: A term-specific, class title used in most Special Topics, R&C, 97s, 98s, 99s, 197s, 198s, 199s, 298s, 299s, Freshmen & Sophomore Seminars, and other courses where the department would apply a Special Title that differs from the COCI-approved course title.

2. Class Description: A term-...

Set Up SACR Defaults for Student Records

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This guide will instruct staff on setting a Student Administrative Contributable Relations (SACR) level defaults for Student Records. This will allow users to pre-populate certain fields with commonly used values. When users first access Campus Solutions (CS) be sure your user defaults and security are setup properly.

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Navigate to: Main Menu > Setup SACR > User Defaults On the User Defaults 1...

Understanding Class Types and Associated Class Numbers

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This job aid explains the different Class Types and Associated Class Number.


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Class Types

The Class Type of “Enrollment” indicates which Component is the primary section of the class. The Class Type of “Non-Enroll” is used for secondary component sections. (“Non-Enroll...

Set Up Non-15 Week Classes

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This job aid is for staff members. It is intended only for scheduling non-15 week classes (Fall or Spring) in department owned rooms. General Assignment (GA) classrooms cannot be requested for sections that do not last the full length of the term.

For Fall and Spring classes, only one session option is available with the instruction dates for the given term. This document describes how to edit a class section that will meet for only a portion of the full term.


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