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See below for a Glossary of Banner-related terms.

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ACADEMIC HISTORY

After component or final marks are entered into Gradebook, they are 'rolled to Academic History' by the Exams Office. After this point the marks can only be amended by the Exams Office, and these are the marks that appear on the transcript. 

AUDIT (GRADE MODE)

Audit Grade Mode is used to register a student as Auditing a course. They attend lectures but do not submit work or take the assessment for the course.

 

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CAS NUMBER

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

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.

CLASS

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'.

COLLEGE CODE

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.

COURSE

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

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.

 

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INTTRACK

Name of the application by which we generate and track CAS numbers.

 

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M

MODE OF ATTENDANCE

Represents whether student is Full-time, Part-time, Dormant (e.g. resitting, interrupted), on Year abroad etc. Important for HESA reporting and also tuition fee calculation. Often referred to more simply as 'Mode'.

 

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PROGRAMME/PROGRAMME OF STUDY

Students are enrolled on a Programme which leads to an award. Each programme is linked to a level (e.g UG) and college code (e.g. MU, Music). The Programme code is 4 digits long e.g. 1417 (BA Spanish). Programmes can be activated and inactivated by academic Term code for Applicants, Students etc.

PROGRAMME YEAR

The year of a student on their Programme of study. Most students start in Year 1, then progress to Year 2 etc. Repeating or Resitting students remain in the year they were in before. Note that part-time students are in Year 2 when they do the second portion of the usual full-time first year. This is correct: the student's 'class' provides a more meaningful description of students' mode and year, e.g. a Part-time student would have Class 1A in their first year, and Class 1B for what is their second year. 

 

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STUDENT STATUS

Refers to the student's enrolment status each academic year e.g. Signed-up, Awaiting Sign-up, No Show, Leaver, Not Yet Progressed, Interrupted.

STUDENT TYPE

Refers to whether the student is New, Continuing, Visiting,  Repeating or Resitting in a given academic year. Often used as part of the fee rules to generate a tuition fee.

SUBJECT

Subject codes (e.g. EC, MN, SO) are related to courses. Department (or college) codes are related to a student's main programme of study. Most RHUL departments have a code which is the same as the Subject code they use for most of their courses (e.g. EC, MN, CL). However there are some additional subject codes such as CW (Creative Writing) that do not have a specific Department.

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