Required by overseas students from RHUL in order to get a Visa.The number and current status are downloaded from the UKBA portal into Banner.
CAPP (Curriculum Advising and Programme Planning) is a structure in Banner to link Courses to Programmes, so that for each year of a Programme, the Mandatory and Optional courses are identified, including the requirements and rules governing which courses can/must be taken for a given year.
Displayed in SGASTDN and SFAREGS. This combines the Programme Year and Mode of Study to produce an description of the student's category e.g.'Year 4 Full Time', 'Year 2 Dormant', 'Year 3 1/2 Part Time'.
This is the Department code of a student's programme of study. See further details under 'Subject Code' which explains the different between these two fields. College codes are also used in other functionality e.g. can be linked to a Faculty member.
A unit of study; students will study multiple courses per year of their programme. An Undergraduate student will typically take courses totalling 120 credits and a Postgraduate student 180 credits. The Banner subject code (e.g. MN) and the Banner course code (e.g. 1456) combine to produce the course code students are registered on. Course codes suffixed 'X' are externally run courses, and those suffixed 'V' are used for Visiting students.
CRN = Course Reference Number, the unique ID of a Course Section. It is a 5-digit code that starts with a 6, e.g. 61234. A CRN is automatically generated when a new Section is created.