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FACULTY WISE SELF SERVICE
VIEW/UPDATE CAMPUS PERSONAL INFORMATION
FACULTY CENTER
VIEW/UPDATE GRADEBOOK
VIEW ADVISEES
CLASS SEARCH
BROWSE COURSE CATALOG
 
STUDENT SELF SERVICE
STUDENT CENTER
ADD/DROP (ENROLL) COURSES
VIEW WEEKLY CLASS SCHEDULE
VIEW MARKS/GRADES
VIEW FINANCIAL INFORMATION
PERSONAL INFORMATION
 
STUDENT CENTER
 
Navigation:
Main Menu -> Self-Service -> Student Center
All the features available to the student are accessible through the Student Center screen.
 
 

The student center page is divided into Five main sections:

  • Academics
    o Gives easy access to all the academics related functionality e.g. enrollment information, weekly schedule, add/drop courses, degree eligibility analysis, requesting transcripts, requesting enrollment confirmation etc.
  • Finances
    o Gives the information on pending dues and payment history.
  • Personal Information
    o Biographical Information
  • Admissions
    o This will usually be empty unless the student applies for admissions in another program within QAU (which is not allowed until s/he completes his current degree)
  • Side links
    o Information links e.g. QAU official web site links etc.
    o Advisor information
    o Holds on the student i.e. any condition that prohibits the student from enrolling or continuing his/her studies (e.g. fee not paid, attendance shortage etc.)
    o Student ToDo List, which shows items that the student must address (e.g. missing document, haven't submitted original degree copies etc.).
    o Enrollment Dates for a given semester.
 
 
Click the " My Academics Link " as highlighted in the screen shot above.
This page gives easy access to all the academics related functionality. The tabs let you enroll in course and the hyperlink on this page lets you evaluate and get reports on your progress.
Several of the links are not applicable to QAU, so we only give information on the links that are applicable (these are highlighted in the screen above).
 
1. Click on View Advisors and you can see your advisors as shown in the screen below:
 
 
 
Clicking the buttons will let you send email to the selected advisors.
 
2. Clicking on View My Course History will show you all the courses that you have taken so far:
 
 
 
3. The View My Unofficial Transcripts feature is not enabled. The students can view their grades using the " View my Course History " link as shown above.

4. Click the Request official transcripts link which will take you to the screen given below:
 
 
 
Enter the address information and press the " Submit " button. This will launch a transcript request which the examination department can process either electronically or manually. This ensures that the student need not physically visit the controller office or fill out any paper work to request the transcript. Through self-service the student can submit the request electronically and the controller office can process the request. The student will only have to show the proof that s/he has paid the DMC fee after which the Transcript/DMC will be printed out and handed over to him/her. The details on how the transcript request will be processed by the controller office is given in the Student Records user guide.
5. Click the Request Enrollment Verification link which will show you to the screen given below:
 
 
 
Press " SUBMIT " button and you will be shown a draft enrollment verification report:
 
 
 
In addition to this the enrollment verification request will also be electronically routed to the controller office who can print out an official " enrollment verification report " and hand it over to the student (using the navigation Main Menu -> Records and Enrollment -> Enrollment Verifications -> Enrollment Verification).
6. Click the Apply for graduation link which will show you to the screen given below:
 
 
 
Click the Academic Program link to which you wish to apply for graduation. A student will apply for graduation when s/he has completed all the academic requirements and now believes that s/he is eligible for degree. This link will launch a graduation request which will be processed by the " Degree Section " of the controller office. The details on how this request will be processed is given in the Student Records user guide.
Clicking on the program will bring the following screen:
 
 
 
The student can select the expected term of graduation and click " continue " button. If no term values appear in the " Expected Graduation Term " dropdown then the student is not yet eligible to apply for graduation at this point in time.
Pressing " Continue " will bring up the following screen.
 
 
 
and press button. The system will ask you to verify the graduation data as shown below:
 
 
 
Press button. The system will verify that the request has been sent. The system will only allow the student to send one graduation request per program.