Assigning Primary and Secondary Programs

111 Student Academic Term Detail             SMITH,JOANNE L


Screen: ___  SID: 123456789  Course: __________  Term: 92A SPRING 1992


Current Terms:       A C A D E M I C    P R O G R A M S

           Div Deg Major Concn Clc Pcls Minor  School Entry   Pgm   Max     Del

  Primary: COL BA  NMAJ   ___  FR  FR   ____    AS     CO     ___  5.50      _

                   ____   ___           ____

                   ____   ___           ____

Secondary: WH  BS  ACCT   ___  FR  FR   ____    WH     CO     ___  5.50      _

                   ____   ___           ____

                   ____   ___           ____

                                 Program Relationship: D     Primary Switch: _

         ACADEMIC STANDING                    SYSTEM FLAGS

           Dean's List: N                  Program Notice: 2

       Director's List: __                   Grade Report: 0

       Academic Status: __                   Tuition Calc: Y

           Time Status: P                  Spec Tuit Rate: __

              Override: _                  Penn Tuit Calc:

          Dissertation:                    Tuit Calc Date:

          Desired Load:  4.00      Medical Classification: __

      PhD Term Counter: __                Advisor Signoff: _

             Birthdate: 111111            Last Maint Date: 05-02-00


When students are submatriculants or in dual-degree programs, SRS determines which program is primary and which is secondary based on general rules. However, you can change the primary and secondary designations, if necessary.

See Dual Degree Students and Submatriculated Students for complete information on the general rules for assigning primary and secondary programs.

In SRS, dual-degree and submatriculated students have a "primary" and a "secondary" division each term.

A student's primary division is the "division of registration"--the division that administers the student's registration, in which the student is counted at the time of the term census, and for tuition distribution.

A student may occasionally be active in three programs at the same time, for example, if he or she is a dual-degree candidate AND a submatriculant.

In SRS, only two of these programs will appear on Screen 111, Student Academic Term Detail. This does not mean that SRS does not recognize the third program, but you will have to specifically assign registrations and credit to the third program. See "Academic Records" for more information on assigning credit to third programs.

To switch primary divisions:


Establish the context by entering the SID and the TERM on Screen 111.


Press Enter.


Tab to PRIMARY SWITCH. Type "Y" for yes.


Press Enter.

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