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No Show Reporting

Each semester faculty must report those students who are on the class roll but have NEVER attended an on-campus class or logged in to an online class. This procedure is very important in order to keep the college in compliance with the laws regarding federal financial aid. If a student is on the class roll, but has NEVER attended a class, faculty must record a NS grade for that student during the no show entry period. If the student shows up for class at any point before the reporting date, even if it is only for 1 minute of one class, then the student has attended the class and is NOT reported as a no show. A ‘no show’ is someone who has NEVER been to class.

No Show Timeline

Full and First-half Term Classes:
The no show period to check attendance for a term will be from the first day of class (Monday) until Sunday of the first week of classes.

The SIS will be available to faculty for no show entry from the Monday of the second week of class at 8:00 am EST until the Sunday of the second week of class at 8:00 pm EST. The specific dates for each term will be listed on the Academic Calendar under the Class Begin/End tab.

The no show purge will occur at 12:00 (noon) pm EST on the Monday of the third week of classes.
Second-half Term Classes:
The no show period to check attendance for a term will be from the first day of class (Wednesday) until the Tuesday of the second week of classes.

The SIS will be available to faculty for no show entry from the Wednesday of the second week of class at 8:00 am EST until the Tuesday of the third week of class at 5:00 pm EST. The specific dates for each term will be listed on the Academic Calendar under the Class Begin/End tab.

The no show purge will occur at 12:00 (noon) pm EST on the Wednesday of the third week of classes.

No Show Process

The following students should be reported as a no show:
On-campus Classes:
-Students who have never attended an on-campus class.
-Students who have never attended an on-campus class and have withdrawn from the class before the end of the no show period.
Online Classes:
-Students who have never logged in to an online class.
-Students who have never logged in to an online class and have withdrawn from the class before the end of the no show period.
Additional Information:
For on-campus classes that are supplemented by iCollege, the student’s attendance in the on-campus class will be the determining factor for no show. Whether or not the student logged in to the iCollege component will not be considered.

If a student attends an on-campus class or logs in to an online class during the schedule adjustment period (first two days of class for full and first-half term and the first day of class for second-half term), it is the student’s responsibility to drop the class. These students should not be reported as a no show.

If a student is reported as a no show, but subsequently attends class prior to the end of the no show period, faculty may remove the NS from the student and allow him or her to remain in class. In these cases, faculty will log in to the SIS and change the NS to None for that student and Submit the changes.

Even if all students on a class roll have attended the class, faculty must log in to the SIS, select the class, and Submit even though no NS grades have been entered.

After the no show purge has been completed for either full and first-half or second-half classes, faculty will check their rolls in SIS to verify that the correct students have been removed.

Directions for Faculty
Directions for reporting no shows in SIS.

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