Release from Suspension
The user enters a student’s UNF ID and completes the Release from Suspension request.
Intended Audience/Users: College Advisors/College Designee
Release from Suspension Approval
Once a Release from Suspension request is completed and submitted then Enrollment Services Processing can complete the request by Approving or Denying the request.
Intended Audience/Users: Enrollment Services Processing
Release from Suspension List
All Release from Suspension Requests appear on the Release from Suspension List. The list changes based on the parameters selected.
Intended Audience/Users: Requestors and approvers
Suspension Control Dates
The registrar controls the departments’ access to the administrative application by limiting the timeframe for suspension processing. The registrar will provide the beginning and ending dates for suspension processing for each term.
Intended Audience/Users: Registrar/Enrollment Services
The Suspension process allows the college departments across the campus to access students by term, department, level and current academic status (probation or eligible to suspension) for the purpose of determining a new academic status for these students.
Upon selecting a student who is currently “Eligible to Suspend”, the process will transfer to a detail screen showing the student’s id, name, program, major, degree, GPA, credit hours and registration for the term. On this screen there will be three buttons: “Continue Probation”, “Suspend” or “No Action”, to change the student’s academic status. The screen will also have an area for notes where there can be documentation to support the new academic status.
The student’s academic status will not be changed in Banner until the registrar “closes” the suspension processing process and Banner job WSF5430 is run.
Intended Audience/Users: College/Departments
Suspension Security Control
The Suspension Security Control process allows enrollment services the ability to grant access to the Suspension process for employees in the college departments. The employees will be granted security to access students within a college and will have one of three security classes:
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