|Report||Summary||When is it useful?|
Shows the combined enrollment for all sections in the selected terms, sorted by department or other groupings.
Use this view when evaluating the course load for a given department, college, or subject code.
Shows the combined enrollment for all sections in the selected terms, drilling down into details for individual sections.
Use this view when evaluating which sections could be cut from a schedule or combined with one another.
Shows when the combined number of registered students approaches the maximum for all sections offered on a given course.
Use this view to identify courses which may need additional sections offered.
Shows when the number of registered students exceeds the maximum for a section.
Use this view during or after your registration period to ensure no classes are enrolled above their expected limit.
Shows when the number of registered students is significantly low.
Use this view during or after your registration period to identify classes with not enough registered students.
|Shows sections which have more registered students than their assigned locations can hold.||Use this view to find sections that need new locations before importing anything into 25Live.|
Shows when sections are missing dates or times in their meeting patterns.
Use this view to identify which sections in a term have incomplete data entry.
|Shows all sections with multiple meeting patterns.||Use this view to find which sections would be flagged as "MMP" in 25Live.|
|Shows how meeting patterns are represented across your term.||Use this view to identify the most popular meeting patterns and which groups use them the most, or to identify outliers.|
Displays sections with meeting patterns that don't match a standard schedule.
Use this view to identify sections that do not align with a standard set of scheduling time blocks.
Shows how well each college, department, or subject code matches a standard schedule.
Use this view to assess whether institutional policies on standard time slots are being followed.