Advisor information will be maintained electronically. Multiple advisors can be assigned to one student, allowing them to maximize advising resources for Co-Op, Student Athlete Enrichment Services, honors programs, etc.
Processes such as change of major, course substitutions, and grade adjustments will be managed electronically. This will eliminate the need for most paper forms.
The Schedule of Classes can be searched by a number of attributes, including general education designations, instructional method (online, face-to-face), creative inquiry, honors, etc. The Schedule of Classes integrates with the graduate and undergraduate catalogs so that all course information is easily accessible. This information includes from course descriptions, full title, credits, prerequisites, etc.
Course prerequisites can be checked and enforced at the time of registration. Currently, academic departments may use the prerequisite checker if they choose, but no prerequisites can be enforced.
DegreeWorks is a new degree audit system that provides dynamic “what-if” features in addition to the student’s basic course history. Requirements for multiple majors and minors can also be maintained through this program. A “Notes” feature allows advisors to keep free-form notes to aid both them and their students in planning for graduation.
Students will be able to declare multiple majors and minors and have them recorded in iROAR. DegreeWorks will provide degree audit capabilities for every field of study.
Students who work at the University or full-time employees taking classes will be assigned a single user ID, instead of one student ID and one employee ID.
“Time ticketing,” the time when a student is able to register for classes, will be based on credit hours earned rather than the current complicated algorithm which takes into account a student’s academic class and CUID number. The schedule of classes and registration system are fully integrated, making searching and registering for a class nearly seamless. With iROAR, students will also be able to view course prerequisites when on the registration portal.
25Live, a new room scheduling system, will allow the University to maximize classroom usage and plan for future needs. A comprehensive inventory of rooms will be available; room features, from type of flooring to technology capabilities, will also be maintained.
When courses are transferred from other institutions, the Clemson course equivalents will be listed on the transcript along with the name of the originating institution.
Training documentation for the Registrar's Office is located here.