Screen 129 - Creating Sections in Special Sessions

129 Course Section Maintenance         ELEMENTARY ITALIAN       96A


Screen: ___  SID: _________  Course: ITAL110301  Term: 96A

      Function:     A=Add; D=Delete; X=Change to Section

                                                              Time Patterns: 2

      Activity: SEM  Activity Group: _                      Reg Ctl Entries:

Instructor SSN: XXX-XX-1234    Schedule Name: GENTILI N         Instructors: 1

  Session Code:                       Status: C CLOSED             Two-term: _



     Type: CU         Max:  20   Enrolled:  20     Group:  5.0     Sect Ctl: _

  Maximum:  1.00      Min: ___  Available:         Indiv: ____     Spcl Grd: _

  Minimum:  1.00      Exp: ___                    Credit:  1.00

Connector: F            Unclaimed Permits:                         Sess Dup: N

                 REQUESTS:  30     AUDITS:                        PRTY RULE: C

                    DROPS:  10


Section Title: ELEMENTARY ITALIAN           Subtitle Code: 00 Subtitle Print:

Extended Title:                                  Old Section ID: _____________




Change Reason: _                                     Date Last Maint: 02-12-96


Some courses at the University of Pennsylvania are offered at different periods of time other than the regular term calendar. These special sessions can be set up with their own begin and end dates.

The begin and end dates of the special session course must fall within the range of "S" (Special Session) dates established by the Office of The University Registrar (SCREEN 133).

Follow these steps to create a special session section:


Does the new section consist of a single activity?

If YES - Tab to the FUNCTION field. Type A, for Add.

If NO - Refer to Creating Multi-Activity Course Sections before proceeding.


Tab to the SESSION CODE field. Type S, for special session.


Type the session start and stop dates in the blank fields next to SESSION CODE using the format MMDDYY.


Press Enter to update.

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