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.
- Pre-approval is granted when a student has previously taken a class that is equal to or one less than the class they are signing up for. If this condition is not met, then registration online is not possible and patrons will be directed to call the box office to sign up.