9.2 Add Courses to Planner

Purpose: Use this document as a reference for how to add courses to a planner through the Manage Classes tile on the ctcLink Student Homepage.

Audience: Students; Student Services staff.

Add Courses to Planner

Navigation:  Student Homepage

  1. Select the Manage Classes tile.
  2. The Manage Classes menu is displayed on the left.
  3. Select the Planner link.
  4. The Planner is displayed.
  5. If there are courses in the Unassigned Courses section, hover over and select the section.
Manage Classes menu
  1. Individual courses display.
  2. Select a Course.
Unassigned Courses page
  1. The Course Detail page displays.
  2. Select the View Classes button.
Course Detail page
  1. Available Term(s) display on the Course Information page.
  2. If appropriate, select a term to view class information.
    • This is for information only.
  3. Select the Course Detail link at the top left to return to the Course Detail page.
Course Information page
  1. The Course Detail page displays.
  2. Select the Move to Term button.
  3. The Move to Term pop-up pagelet displays.
  4. In the drop-down, select a term.
  5. Select the Save button.
Move to Term page
  1. The course is stored as "Planned" for the term selected.
  2. Select the Add from Course Catalog link.
Planner page
  1. The Browse Course Catalog page displays.
  2. Enter a subject and/or catalog number in the search field.
  3. Select the arrow to display the courses.
Browse Course Catalog page
  1. The Course Search Results page displays.
  2. Select a Course to view the course details.
View Search Results page
  1. The Course Detail page displays.
  2. Select the Add to Planner button.
  3. A message displays of "This course is in your planner under Unassigned Term".
  4. Select the Planner link.
Course Detail page
  1. The Planner page displays with updates.
Unassigned Courses page
  1. Process complete.

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