Class lists are available through the Faculty Center as well as through the School of Continuing Education (SCE) Summer and Winter Session Portals. Class lists in the Faculty Center will include co- and cross-listed classes on the photo roster.
The class lists on all three sites include student photos. Please note, however, that the Summer Session and Winter Session Portals are populated from the PeopleSoft datamart, so changes made within the last 24 hours may not be reflected on those sites.
The class list includes the names of students who enrolled for your course. On the first day of class, check the names of those in attendance against your enrollment list and inform any students who have not already done so that they must complete their registration in the SCE office by
- The second day of class for the Three-Week Summer or Winter Session
- The third day of class for the Eight- or Six-Week Summer Session
Students who have not officially registered by that day will be required to petition to be allowed to register, and a late fee may be charged. Any student who has an outstanding indebtedness to the university and has not cleared his or her account by the registration deadline will be withdrawn from the class roster. Unregistered students should not be allowed to continue in your course.
It is essential that all students attending classes officially register and pay tuition, regardless of whether they wish to take a course for credit or for audit. Please do not permit any student to attend who has not officially registered. It is unfair to students who have paid tuition to allow others who have neither registered nor paid tuition to attend class. In addition, the university and the faculty member can be placed at liability risk by an unregistered student. To verify a student's official registration, you may call the SCE office, 607.255.4987.
Please do not manually enroll students into a Blackboard course. Once students are officially enrolled, they will have Blackboard access.
Class lists are available through the Faculty Center as well as through the (SCE) Summer and Winter Session Portals. Mid-session class lists assist the registrar's staff in finding and correcting any registration problems. Please ask students with questionable registrations to come to the school office. The accuracy of mid-session class lists will ensure that the grading process is more accurate.
As indicated in the appointment contract, faculty who have classes "On Demand" must submit mid-session class lists to verify student enrollment, as it determines salary.
Please make corrections as indicated below and return a copy to the SCE registrar. See the academic calendar page in the faculty handbook for mid-session class list due dates for your class session. Please note, however, that the SCE office cannot make changes in enrollment based on this list; only students may authorize course enrollment changes by notifying SCE in person or by email. You, the faculty member, may hand-deliver or fax (607.255.9697) the list back to the School office; because we are working with such a quick turn around, please do not send it by campus mail. Make corrections using a red pen:
- Add the students attending class whose names do not appear on the class list, whether registered for audit or credit. Although we ask you to add a student's name to the class list, he or she must still officially register with SCE.
- Draw a line through (making sure we can still read the name) the names of students who you believe have officially dropped your course. Mark "NA" by the names of those who have never attended.
- Check that the correct number of credit hours is listed for the course. Instructors of courses with variable credit should check the exact amount of credit for each student in the class and indicate corrections where necessary. The letter "S" will appear in the grade-option column for those students who have selected the S/U option. At midsession, students may no longer change grade options, but a correction in an option can be made if there has been a processing error. Cross out the incorrect information and add the correct number of credit hours or grade option.
The letter "V" will appear in the grade option column for any student who has registered to audit a course. Cornell undergraduate students may NOT audit. See Auditors.