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PUM 29: Swap Allowing Full-Time Students To Go Below Min Full-Time Total Units When Waitlisted (Doc ID 2982589.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Swapping classes on PUM 29 is allowing students to drop below the minimum full-time enrolled units value.

Navigation:  Student Homepage

  1. Select the Manage Classes tile.
  2. The Manage Classes menu is displayed on the left.
  3. Select the Swap Classes to link on the left menu.
    • If the student is enrolled in more than one term or college eligible for dropping, a college/term selector will appear.
  4. Select the College and Term for the drop (if applicable)
  5. The Swap Classes page displays.  
  6. Select the class to be dropped from the Select from Your Schedule drop-down.
  7. Next, select the class to be added from the Search for Classes drop-down.
  8. If Class Number is available, input Class Number under Enter Class Number.
  9. Select the Search button.
  10. The Class Search page displays.
  11. Select the Additional ways to search link.
  12. The Additional Ways to Search box displays.
  13. Select Subject, Catalog Number, or Instructor Information from the drop-down menus.
  14. Select the Search button.
  15. The Class Search Results page displays.
  16. Select a Course from the Search results list to see available sections.
  17. The Course Information page displays with a list of available class sections.
  18. Select the right arrow [>] at the end of the row for the applicable Class Section.
  19. The Review Class Selection page displays.
  20. Select the Next button.
  21. The Review Class Preferences page displays.
  22. Update Add to waitlist if class is full preference if needed.
  23. Select the Accept button.
  24. The Confirm Class Swap page displays.
  25. Select the Submit button.
  26. A submit confirmation box displays.
  27. Select the Yes option.
  28. A submission confirmation or errors page will display.
  29. Process complete.




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