Student Specific Permissions

Purpose: Use this document as a reference for defining student specific class permissions in ctcLink.

Audience: All staff.

You must have at least one of these local college-managed security roles:

Maintain Schedule of Classes:

  • ZC CM Class Builder
  • ZD CM Class Attributes
  • ZD CM Class Builder
  • ZD FWL View Cnt Calc
  • ZZ CM Class Attributes
  • ZZ CM Class Text Book
  • ZZ CM Local Configuration
  • ZZ FWL Contract Calc

Class Permissions:

  • ZD SR Class Permissions
  • ZD SR Super User
  • ZZ SR Class Permissions

If you need assistance with the above security roles, please contact your local college supervisor or IT Admin to request role access.

You must also set the following SACR Security permission:

Individual students can be granted permission using their EMPLID numbers without needing a generated permission number.

Related QRG(s):

Maintain Schedule of Classes

Navigation: Curriculum Management > Schedule of Classes > Maintain Schedule of Classes

  1. The default option is Find an Existing Value.
  2. Enter or look up the Academic Institution by selecting the looking glass.
  3. Enter or look up the Term.
  4. Enter additional Search Criteria to identify your class.
  5. Select Search.
  6. The Basic Data page displays.
  7. On the Basic Data tab, check the Student Specific Permissions checkbox for each Enrollment section separately if needed. You must assign Student Specific Permissions to the class's Enrollment section(s).
  8. Select Enrollment Control.
  9. The Enrollment Control page displays.
  10. From the Add Consent drop-down menu, select "Instructor Consent Required."
  11. Select Save.

Generate Add Permission for the Class

Navigation: Records and Enrollment > Term Processing > Class Permissions > Class Permissions

  1. The Class Permissions search page displays.
  2. Enter or look up the Academic Institution by selecting the looking glass.
  3. Enter or look up the Term.
  4. Enter additional Search Criteria to identify your class.
  5. Select Search.
  6. The Permission to Add page displays.  Use it to create student-specific permission numbers for adding classes. Make note of the checkmark for Student-Specific Permissions. It is not possible to check and uncheck this button on this page. To change it, you must return to the Basic Data tab in Maintain Schedule of Classes.
  7. Enter a student ID number in the ID field.
  8. Enter the expiration date for the class permission definition.  It expires at 11:59 p.m. on the expiration date.
  9. To add additional students, select the Add a New Row [+] button on the right side of the screen to insert a new row.
  10. When finished, select Save.

Modifying Individual Students Permissions

  1. Select the Permission tab or the Show all columns icon in the Class Permission Data section. When selecting the icon, the sub-tabs disappear, and a horizontal scroll bar is presented, providing additional information.
  2. Changes can be made to individual permission numbers by selecting applicable checkboxes. Check additional reasons for a permission number for a particular student. For example, if Consent Required permission numbers are generated, and a student has not met requisites, the Requisites Not Met box can also be checked.
  3. Comments: (Optional) Added Comments to the permission number assignment can provide additional clarity on the intended use of the permission.
  4. Process complete.

Video Tutorial

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Erica Jesberger

Hi :) I'm wondering whether Academic Org SACR Security is required for this? If so, can I restrict users to only be able to add permissions to classes within a specific org?

Tanjagay Martin

Hello Erica,

Have you tested this scenario in PCD? It may be helpful to submit a CS Support ticket. Thank you so much. ~Tanjagay Martin | CS Core Trainer

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