The Office of the University Registrar conducts training on a variety of topics for the faculty and staff at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Our team of trainers are all subject matter experts in the various topics and all have experience using ConnectCarolina as users.

Important: All classes listed below are held in the Registrar’s training room (SASB North 3124).

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Description:

This session will cover how to use InfoPorte to pull student data.

We will work with each of the reporting tabs (Term Enrollment, Degree Candidates, Degree Recipients, and Reports).

This will be a hands on training so everyone will have a computer and learn all about InfoPorte student reporting – how to logon, identifying all majors and minors in a specific department, listing all courses being taught by a department this term, as well as ethnicity and contact information. This training is appropriate for new and experienced users of InfoPorte. Bring a data request with you and we’ll work through it together!

Prerequisites:

  • FERPA Online Training Module
  • Access to InfoPorte Student Records reporting area.To request this access please use the following form. https://ccinfo.unc.edu/files/2016/01/Infoporte-Access-Form-v3.pdfOnce complete please work with your department’s ARC (Access Request Coordinator) to submit the form.

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Description:

During this session, you will see demonstrations in how to schedule and manage classrooms using the Astra Classroom Scheduler.

Prerequisites:

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Description:

In this training class, we will cover the following:

  • Setting Up Courses
  • Adding Instructors
  • Setting Enrollment
  • Working with Waitlists
  • Maintaining Crosslists
  • Room Scheduling.

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Description:

This session covers submitting and approving course requests in the CIM system. This includes requesting new courses, revising existing courses, and inactivating courses. This training is appropriate for faculty and staff.

Prerequisites:

None

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Please contact Joan Roberts Coleman for information on this training class.
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Contact Kris West for information on this training.

Description:

This training session teaches you how to use Block Enrollment to add or drop a group of students into one or more classes as well as show you how to resolve enrollment errors when using Block Enrollment.

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Description:

This training emphasizes the pages that are used to manage student records and registration at UNC Chapel Hill.

Topics:

In this training class, we will cover the following:

  • Managing Program/Plan (major, minor and specializations)
  • Enrolling Students
  • Using Enrollment Overrides
  • Review of Class Search process
  • Viewing Service Indicators
  • Other information related to enrollment

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Description:

The Program/Plan training is designed for staff that will need to process program/plan updates in their current position, such as Student Services Managers in Professional Schools or Staff who work in an Academic Dean’s Office.

Topics:

In this training class, we will cover the following:

  • Understanding program/plan stack
  • Making Program changes
  • Making Plan changes (majors, 2nd majors, minors, concentrations, other plans)
  • Working with Requirement terms
  • Using Effective dating on program/plan rows

Note:  This training is specific to staff that process updates to the program/plan stacks.  Approval will be needed before attendance.

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Description:

In this class you will learn about the various Tar Heel Tracker reports, how to access them in ConnectCarolina, and how to interpret the report. Some of the topics we will cover include using the What-If report, identifying and understanding adjustments and exceptions in a student’s report, as well as reviewing resources for the Tar Heel Tracker on campus.

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Description:

In this class you will learn how to access, fill out, and submit an adjustment to a student’s Tar Heel Tracker report. You will also learn how to look up previously submitted adjustments for any given student as well as how to view, interpret, and utilize the tracker report. Currently this training is for Deans, Directors of Undergraduate Study (DUS), DUS designates, and Academic Advisors only.

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