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Run a "Registration Check" report
Run a "Registration Check" report

After students have completed the registration process, use the report to scan students' registration requests.

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Written by Rachel Hale
Updated over a week ago

If you're looking to quickly identify students who may need some help with their registration, jmc has a solution for you! Instead of reviewing each individual student's schedule, run a "Registration Check" report. This report will list students who are registered for fewer credits than they should be, or who have accidentally signed up for a course they have already taken in a past year.

To run the "Registration Check" report, log in to jmc Office, go to Schedules > Student > Registration Check.

Step One: Select the grade range using the "Grade" "From" and "To" drop-down lists to narrow the list of students included in the report.

Step Two: Click the appropriate radio button in the “Sort” box to determine if the report is sorted “By Student" or "By Grade”.

Step Three: Click the appropriate radio button to display either the "Registered Credits" or "Repeating Course" information in your report.

  • Registered Credits: lists the student name, grade level, and total registered credits for every student currently registered for fewer than the specified number of credits.

  • Repeating Course: lists the student name, grade level, year the course was taken, as well as the course number and name of any course included in the registration that has previously been completed by the student.

Helpful Tip: If you clicked the "Registered Credits" radio button in step three, enter a credit threshold in the "List students registered for fewer than credits" field to view all students that do not meet that threshold.

Step Four: Click the "Preview" button to view the report of students who do not meet the credit registration criteria.

Step Five: Click the "Print" button to save a PDF or print the report for future reference.

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