Teaching Institution administrators will receive email notifications of pending enrollment requests along with a banner notification in the Acadeum Course Share website.
Teaching Institutions are expected to accept or deny enrollment requests within two business days to ensure that Home Institutions can make alternative arrangements for denied students.
Home Institutions are responsible for ensuring all students meet specific course prerequisites prior to submitting enrollment requests. This means that Teaching Institutions can confidently accept enrollment requests without worrying about assessing students’ course readiness.
Teaching Institution administrators will have access to the full student profile by clicking "Details". See the full steps for accepting or denying enrollments in this article:
Teaching Institution: Enrollment Requests [Review/Accept/Deny]
Dropping or Withdrawing Students
Acadeum students that indicate a desire to Drop or Withdraw from a course(s) should be directed to contact their Home Institutions’ advisors and Enrolling Student Contacts (ESC). Acadeum keeps student success as its top priority, and many students do not understand the financial and scheduling implications related to dropping or withdrawing from courses. Therefore, no Teaching Institution should process a Drop or Withdrawal Request without contacting the Home Institution or submitting the student’s request to Acadeum Support (email@example.com).
Grades for consortial arrangements are entered into the Acadeum Course Share platform for transcription at the Home Institution. Grades are due by the Teaching Institution no later than 10 days after course completion. Like enrollment requests, grading information will remain in Acadeum Course Share for later access and review.