Step 1: Turn on College Level Settings
To turn on the College Level Settings, click on the “Features” link on the top right, and then click on the “Edit Overall Settings” button near the top right:
From there, make sure you check off the “Turn on College Level Settings” check box.
Once you save, you’ll notice a new “Class Setup” menu along the top. Click there for the next step.
Step 2: Set up your Programs
The “Class Setup” lists out all the grade levels in your school. But for the purposes of your school, you can use this to list out the programs that you offer. Here is an example below:
If you don’t have any specific program, you can add something generic like “General”. You will need at least ONE class to continue to the next step, which is under the “Courses” menu.
Step 3: Set up your Courses and Enrollments
Under “Courses” > “Course Setup”, you can create courses for each program. And each course may have several sections or offerings. In the example below, we have the “Electrical Technical” Program that has 3 courses. However, the “Wiring Standards & Practices” course is offered at 2 different times, and a student would only be enrolled in either one of the section, although both are part of the same course.
Hopefully, this example illustrates one way of organization your programs, courses and sections to suit your needs.
Once you’ve set up your courses, you can enroll specific students into specific courses / sections by clicking on the link under the “Enrollment” column.
Simply search and select a student from the “Enroll Student” box.
Finally, you can use the “Edit” button to change / reassign the course to specific instructors. And know that if need be, you can also assign multiple instructors to the same course section.
With subjects and enrollments all configured, you can then continue to use the various other areas of the software, like the gradebook, the report cards, messaging, as well as the student portal, just to name a few.