FAQs about Other Topics

This section provides answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about other topics pertaining to the CCLP. Click on a category heading or click on an individual FAQ.



Q: When does the annual roll take place?
A:
The annual roll takes place on August 1st each year. To inquire about the annual roll preference setting for your deparment, please contact Corinne.


Q: I want to change my department's annual roll interval preference.
A:
To change the annual preference setting for your deparment, please contact Corinne and specify an annual roll preference of 0, 1, or 2.


Q: What are the options for the annual roll interval preference?
A:
The information provided below shows examples for the annual roll to academic year 18-19 that took place on August 1, 2017. The following are the definitions for the annual roll interval preference options:

  • 0 indicates no roll desired
  • 1 indicates roll from previous year (17-18) to create Sched Dev records for 18-19. A roll preference of 1 will use the AIS scheduling records for Fall 2017 to create the Fall 2018 Sched Dev records and will use the Sched Dev records for 2018 Winter and Spring terms to create the 2019 Winter and Spring Sched Dev records.
  • 2 indicates roll from two years ago (16-17) to create Sched Dev records for 18-19. A roll preference of 2 will use tha AIS scheduling records from two years ago to create the 18-19 Sched Dev records.

Q: What is the annual roll preference setting for my department?

A: Please contact Corinne to find out the annual roll setting for your department.


Q: How can I sign up for CCLP training?

A: CCLP training is typically offered monthly (or as needed). The next CCLP training will take place in December 2017 from 9am - noon. The training takes place over two days. Please contact Corinne to enroll in the next CCLP training or to be placed on a waitlist for a future training date.


Q: How can I report a problem I'm experiencing with the CCLP?

A: To report a problem with the CCLP, please first contact the local CCLP Subject Matter Expert in your division. If you require additional assistance or if you are a College Provost Assistant please contact Corinne.


Q: About the Interfaces Between AIS and CCLP

A: AIS houses catalog, scheduling info, student info, and faculty info. Info gets dispersed to other places. The interfaces between AIS and the CCLP work as follows:

  • The AIS to CCLP nightly scheduling feed brings over schedule information for any active schedule that has been published.
  • It loads that information into AIS Sched and syncs Sched Dev records as needed.
  • The AIS to CCLP nightly catalog feed loads catalog information from AIS into AIS Cat.

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