Published: Dec. 7, 2021 By

The post-enrollment requirement checking (PERC) process will run in batch for spring according to the schedule below.

As a reminder, PERC gives admin users the ability to see if an enrolled student has met the requirements for a class and, if not, which requirements have not been met. Please note that the PERC process looks at both restrictions (major restrictions, minimum unit restrictions, etc.) and prereqs/coreqs that are set up as requisites on the class.

For more detailed information about using PERC, navigation, using the drop feature via the PERC roster, etc., please see our PERC webpage.

Please note the following:

  • If you want to drop a student because they do not meet the requirement, you can do so through the deadline to drop without a W grade, but you should try to have these done before the first day of classes when possible. If you drop a student, you are responsible for contacting the student to let them know they've been dropped and why.

  • For spring, we'll run PERC according to the following schedule:

    • Run after deadline for fall grading and I-to-F conversion – night of Dec. 22, 2021

    • Run the Thursday before classes begin – night of Jan. 6, 2022

    • Run after first week of classes – night of Jan. 14, 2022

    • Run the day after the add deadline for Session B – night of Jan. 20, 2022

  • If you have class rosters that do not have the Post Enroll Req Status field populated after our last PERC run on Jan. 20 (see highlights in the example below) and the students without this field populated added the class prior to that date, please contact to inquire about running PERC manually on your class roster.

PERC screenshot