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Course Enrollment Load Page

Use this report to analyze the enrollment and request information for your building's courses. For each course in the Master Schedule that meets for at least one of the marking periods selected, the report lists the following information:

  • The first section for a course lists general course-section information, such as who teaches the class, where the class is held, and when the class meets. Additionally, the report lists the maximum enrollment allowed for the course-section, the highest enrollment for the course-section, and the enrollment count for each marking period selected.
  • The footer following the course-section list includes the overall enrollment totals for all course-sections of the course.
  • The second section for a course lists request and enrollment counts by students' house/teams. For a house/team, the report lists the number of students who requested the course, the number of conflicts (students who were not scheduled for a requested course), and the number enrolled. The % Conflict value is an indicator of the percentage of students who were not enrolled into the course and is calculated as the number of conflicts divided by the number of requests.
  • The footer at the end of the report lists the totals for all courses processed in the report for total of requests, conflicts, enrollment, and % conflict.

Information for block courses is listed differently than regular course-sections.

  • If the block course is a proxy course (that is, the block has no blockettes that include a section number and no blockettes are listed as mandatory), the requests for the proxy course are actually listed for the blockettes included in the proxy.
  • If the block course is not a proxy course, the report lists only the number of requests for the block. These courses are listed at the end of the report.

Run report

  1. Select Scheduling > Student Schedules > Post-Scheduler Reports > Course Enrollment Load
  2. Specify the report options.
  3. Click Run.
  4. Use the Tasks/Reports options on the Navigation bar to view task status and retrieve reports.


Prompts Panel




Building to include in the report.

Scheduling Interval

The scheduling interval that you are scheduling. The scheduling interval determines the requests and courses that will be scheduled.

If the building has multiple intervals, you must select an interval for which students are not already scheduled. Otherwise, student schedules may be lost.

Marking Period(s)

Select up to 10 marking periods for listing course enrollment information. The report lists the enrollment counts for courses, as well as marking periods. Only courses that meet in the selected marking periods are printed.

Select codes from the field's drop-down list, or click

(asterisk) to select all codes, then remove any that do not apply.

Regular Requests

Checked if you want to include regular requests in the report.

Student Alternate Requests

Checked if you want to include student alternate requests. These are alternates for any unscheduled course requests.

Student Course Alternate Requests

Checked if you want to include student course alternate requests. These are alternates to a specific course request.

Page Break after Course

Checked if you want the report to break to another page after every course.

Log Statistics

Checked if you want to print the prompts in a log file. Otherwise, a log file will be created only if an error occurs.

Sort Panel

Use the Sort panel to specify how records should be ordered in a report. You enter lines of sort criteria; the system compares your sort criteria against the corresponding fields in the records being searched and displays records in either ascending or descending order based on the sort fields.

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