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SLP: Drop Students from Course

Introduction:

An affiliation user has the ability to drop a student from their course using the Student Learning Portal. If the student is removed within the drop period, a refund will be issued to the person who purchased the enrollment.

Details:

  1. First, select the Affiliations tab in the top menu bar.
  2. Next, select the linked school in the “Name” column.
    The Affiliations page shows the schools that you are associated within a table containing 12 columns of school-related data. An arrow is pointing to the linked school in the Name column as mentioned above.
  3. Then click Current Enrollments from the left navigation menu.
  4. Next, place a checkmark in the box within the “Select” column.
    NOTE: If you use the Search box to return results for a particular student(s) DO NOT select the Check All box as it will drop ALL enrollments in your school!
    The Current Enrollments page is shown with "MV" typed into the Search box. A red X is displayed next to the Check All box and has a red strike through line over it to show users not to use this feature. Green checkmarks are used to show users to select items using the checkboxes in the Select column. Another arrow points to the Drop Selected button.
    In the example above, there are 7 active enrollments total for this school. When the Search field is used only 4 enrollments are displayed. If the “Check all” box is selected it will apply the drop to all 7 enrollments. The boxes in the Select column should be the only boxes selected for this process. 
  5. Finally, tap the Drop Selected button.

Last updated on September 16, 2020

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