DualEnroll constantly adds new ways to increase productivity and ease of use. While not always flashy, these address situations we know waste time or make people crazy based on our nine years of supporting dual enrollment programs. Examples of ways we make even the mundane part of the job easier include:
Counselor Replacement: When a high school counselor leaves and a new one his hired, all students assigned to the departing counselor can be automatically.
Change Roles: When a faculty member leaves, instructors can be automatically assigned to a new faculty member. Active steps in in-process reviews automatically switch to the replacement faculty member and they’re notified of these tasks.
Change Section: Move a student to a different section of the course by clicking a radio button.
Drop/Withdraw: DualEnroll captures your drop/withdraw deadlines each term and automatically enforces them. Students and high schools have a drop or withdraw option only during the available window.
Abandon/Forced Drop: The college can end a registration with a single click.
Filters: Users can limit registrations or reviews based on any combination of high school, course, term, and status, making it incredibly easy to focus on specific tasks. They can also search on specific students or instructors to see only workflows for those individuals..
Ongoing Requirements: The college can initiate a syllabus request, professional development event or other ongoing compliance activity for all instructors in a single process rather than individually by instructor.
Roster Verification: Sends a final roster to all instructors for confirmation. Extremely useful in identifying changes the high school forgot to share with the college. Many colleges run this a few days before final census date. Any discrepancies are shared with the college for adjustment.