Requisites - Enforcing Department Information
Information for Departments Enforcing Requisites
How can our department change the listed requisite?
All changes to current requisites must be submitted by the deadline below to be enforced for the listed term. Any changes submitted after the deadline will not go into effect until the next term.
Changes must be submitted by the deadline through a Kuali proposal. Email questions to email@example.com.
|January 25th (e.g. 01/25/15 effective for U/F 2015)
|August 25th (e.g. 08/25/15 effective for S 2016)
Can anyone within our department submit the template to change a listed requisite?
No, we keep a list of department contacts in our office who are approved to make changes for enforcing departments. If the contact leaves, the Department Chair of the department will have to submit an email listing the newly approved department contact to firstname.lastname@example.org. That contact will be responsible for either submitting changes in Kuali or getting them to them department Curriculum committee member in charge of Kuali proposals.
What if I find a student registered for a course that should not have been able to register?
Contact the email@example.com. A review of the requisites and the student’s academic record/enrollment transactions will be reviewed to determine how the student was able to register for the course. The reason will be emailed back to whomever contacted the Registration Division.
When is the Post Enrollment Requisite Checking (PERC) Report due?
The PERC Report is due by NOON the Friday of the first week of classes for the next term. Any late adjustments made to the PERC Rosters will result in students NOT being dropped. Further questions about the PERC Report, contact the firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Requisites should only be enforced where there is substantial evidence that a specific requisite course is essential for success in a given course. Departments should be selective and targeted in their decisions.
- Keep requisites as simple as possible.
- A department may want to develop a website to streamline requests for permission numbers.