On the first day of class and during the drop/add period, the instructor should check the Banweb class roll for students officially enrolled in his/her courses.
An email announcement is sent to all faculty when official class roll verification must be done. Faculty login to Banweb and indicate on each class roll those students who have never attended and those students who have attended.Under no circumstances should a student be permitted to remain in class unless his or her name appears on the official class roll. The student should be sent to the Registrar’s Office to determine why his/her name is not on the roll.
Certain courses such as colloquia, special topics, and directed readings provide for a varying number of hours of credit and a specific title. If such a course is being created for an individual student, the student must obtain an independent study form from the instructor, have it approved by the department chairperson and submit it to the Registrar’s Office during registrations or drop/add. Faculty members teaching these courses should check their rolls carefully and report to the Registrar’s Office any discrepancy in number of hours, names of students working with the professor and specific titles of the course. This information must be reported to the Registrar at the time designated in the email. Some of the information is required to bill the student for the proper amount of fees.