Prerequisite and PERC Information
Information for Departments Enforcing Prerequisites
How can our department change the listed prerequisite?
All changes to current prerequisites must be submitted and approved through CourseLeaf-CIM before enrollment starts for a term. Any changes submitted after the deadline will not go into effect until the next term.
What if I find a student registered for a course that should not have been able to register?
Contact Allison Junker in the Office of the University Registrar. A review of the prerequisites and the student’s academic record/enrollment transactions will be conducted to determine how the student was able to register for the course.
Post Enrollment Requisite Checking (Peoplesoft PERC process)
During course enrollment, the student information system verifies that all prerequisites have been met. For those students that are currently enrolled in a prereq, the system allows them to enroll conditionally on the assumption that they will successfully complete the prereq.
The Post-Enrollment Requirement Checking (PERC) process is run after grades are posted and lists all students enrolled conditionally and whether they have satisfied or not satisfied prerequisites.
Once the process has run, the college will review the Enrollment Requirement Roster page for each class and identify whether or not the student should be dropped from the class.
EOT Summer – the PERC process will run for the Fall enrollments
EOT Fall – the PERC process will run for Spring term enrollments
EOT Spring – the PERC process will run for Summer and Fall enrollments
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