Course Requests: Review and Approve Course Requests for One Student

After a student has completed a course request form, you must review and approve the course requests to send them to Administrator's Plus.

To review and approve course requests for an individual student, follow these steps:

  1. On the navigation bar, click Setup > Course Requests > Review Requests.
  2. In the Select Course Request Form drop-down list, select the form you want to review.

    At the bottom of the page, click the numbers to view another page of students. Or, in the Users per page drop-down list, click to view 10, 20, 50, or 100 users at a time.

  1. Next to the student's name, click   to review their course request form.

    If a student has commented on a course, the course title displays blue.

  1. Next to a course, click    to reveal student and parent comments.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • If you approve the student's course selection, select Approved by Reviewer.

      If you have any comments about a student's course selection, you can type them under Reviewer's Remarks. Your remarks are visible to both students and parents.

      To approve all the courses the student has selected, click Approve All Selected Course Requests at the bottom of the course request form.

      • If you don't approve the student's course selection, select a different course, and then select Approved by Reviewer for that course.

        When the schedule is being built, the Schedule Builder in Administrator's Plus includes the course requests that were approved and received.

  3. At the bottom of the form, do one of the following:
    • To save your changes as a draft, click Save & Revisit Later.
    • To submit the form to AdminPlus, click Submit.

Only click Submit when you're sure that you want the course request form to be sent to AdminPlus. Once you click Submit, you can't edit the course request form.

Next: Review and Approve Course Requests for Several Students

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