If you receive OCEAN notification that courses “have been returned” you do not need to start over again. First, check the discussion tab for the comment of the group returning the course. Then, indicate in the discussion section how you addressed the issue. After this, resubmit the course and it will go back through the review process.
If you are trying to edit a folder you will see there are only a submit and cancel buttons. Just resubmit a submitted document. This will save the changes.
Check on their worklist in the Assoc Role column to see why it is there.
Beginning this year all undergraduate courses will be retakable twice by a faculty senate resolution. This is to accommodate the capabilities of the new student information system, PeopleSoft. The Registrar’s Office can help you with prerequsites that would discourage the retaking of the course more than once.
I’m looking at a print out of my course list and see that I entered some of the names in caps and some lower case. Is there a preferred method or can I just leave it?
Preference is that the course name be in upper/lower case because that is the way they will be stored in PeopleSoft. However, the information in OCEAN will be audited and the appropriate updates will be made for PeopleSoft if you have already entered them otherwise.
Overall, individual departments or schools in combination with their Colleges will be responsible for the transition in their areas. Regional campuses need to coordinate transistion arrangements with the Athens campus departments, schools and colleges to ensure consistency in what students on the same degree paths are getting. Specifically, the format for the Transition Degree Completion… Continue reading »
Transition courses are temporary courses that academic units may offer so students can complete a degree requirement by enrolling in only part of a semester course. Yes, this type of course will be offered as needed. For example, a year long sequence of three quarters that becomes a two semester sequence will have a transition… Continue reading »