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I. Schedule of Enrollment for 2nd Semester 2013
Submission of 1st Semester Grades (Deadline: Friday October 25, 2013)
Student Evaluation, October 26 to October 29, 2013.
Preenrollment Run - Wednesday, October 30, 2013.
Marking of Required Subjects - Thursday, October 31, 2013.
Actual Enrollment, Online Adding and Dropping - November 4 to 8, 2013.
Merging and Dissolving of Classes - Saturday November 9, 2013.
Start of 2nd Semester 2013 Classes - Monday, November 11, 2013.
Manual Adding and Dropping - November 11 to 16, 2013.
II. Reminder (Process adopted for PREREQUISITE OVERRIDES and SLOT EXTENSIONS)
Prerequisite override requests will still be submitted to the AVP office. However, the actual adding of the subject will also be done by the assigned personnel in the said office.
New Manual ADDING and Dropping Procedure
Students no longer have to go to the MIS office for the actual adding of the subject with overriden prerequisites.
Students who wish to add or drop subjects may first seek approval of Home and Service Divisions only. The actual adding will be done by the home division (service division for slot extensions) and will be finally approved by the finance office.
NEW Slot Extension process
Slot Extension requests will no longer need the AVP or REGISTRARs approval. It will follow the traditional manual adding and dropping process where requests are prepared at the HOME division and approved by the SERVICING division. The actual adding of the subject to the student enrollment list will be done by the SERVICING division. However, the maximum allowed slots of 49 for NON P.E. Classes and 60 for P.E. Classes will still be observed. Students who wish to extend more than 1 class belonging to different servicing divisions will have to furnish separate adding and dropping forms for each service division..
The Student Evaluation
Students who were already have probation status during the summer of schoolyear 2013 should not have another probation status. However, the home division still needs to provide data required by the Preenrollment run. The required information are as follows:
a. Student Recommended Maximum Load
b. Student Recommended Year Level
c. Student Recommended Section
d. Academic Status (Regular or Irregular)
III. Messaging Application between SIS and AIS.
To facilitate student consultation and evaluation, the MIS office has enhanced both the AIS and SIS portals to support messaging between students and teachers, evaluators and enrollment staff. This feature is designed for official student and teacher consultations only. The mechanics of the messaging system are as follows:
a. Students can exchange messages with their assigned evaluators and teachers during the QPI period.
b. Teachers and enrollment staff can exchange messages with one another.
c. Student to student messaging is not allowed.
d. Offline messaging is not supported.
*Note: Student Names will appear as ALL CAPS in your chat list.
IV. Changes in Students Appeal from Failed QPI Blocks
As agreed by the department chairs, all students with FAILED QPI Blocks will no longer proceed directly to the University Standards Committee. Instead, those students will be advised to consult the department chair for processing of appeals. Upon granting of appeals, the department chairs will fill up an UNBLOCKING request form to be presented to the University Standards Committe for UNBLOCKING. The student then proceeds with MANUAL Enrollment.