Enrollment Levels are used to determine whether students may participate in a given class. For example, you might set up an enrollment level of "advanced". A student who has taken an advanced class may sign up for another advanced class. A student who has not taken an advanced class will need teacher permission. The most "beginning"-type level should go first, with an ordering value of 1.
Until a student has taken a class at any level above 1, they will need approval, but they never need approval for the first level.
- Input ordering value - this is the number of the levels in order from lowest to highest
- Input level - this is the enrollment level, where level 1 will allow anyone to register, whereas level 2 and above will need approval. If a student has taken an upper level class, they will be allowed to automatically register for another class at that level. If they have not taken a class at that level wherein approval was given previously, then they will need approval for the first class they take at that level.