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Instructions for Faculty Registration Permit Override

  1.  Login to PioneerWeb using your 87xxxxxxx ID and password
  2. Navigate to the Faculty tab
  3. Find the Faculty Registration Tools channel
  4. Select the Registration Overrides link
  5. Select the appropriate academic term and year
  6. Search for the student. You may search by ID or name. The name search will allow you to search by last name, first name or both. The search also supports search by partial entry of a name. You can also restrict your search results using student types (student, advisee, both, all) in combination with names. Once you have located the student you are searching for, click submit
  7. After selecting a student, the registration override tool will be visible. If the student is registered for other courses for that term, the student’s schedule will appear below the tool. You may now select overrides for courses you teach. You will need to select an override for each restriction for which you are permitting an override along with the course for which you are providing an override. If you are only granting an override for one restriction (e.g., closed course), you may click submit.
    If you are permitting overrides for multiple restrictions (e.g., Student time conflict and instructor approval), you will need to enter each restriction and for the course separately and then click submit.
    The specificity of these override permits allows you to stay in control. For instance, you might wish to allow a student to register for your course without a prerequisite but do not wish to let the student exceed the capacity on a closed course. You can do this by only selecting the pre-requisite override but not the closed course override.
  8. Once you click submit, you will see that override or overrides you have granted for the student listed as: Override, CRN, Course, Number, Section, Student and Activity Date.
  9. For full courses in which an override for seat capacity is granted, the student must search for the course by CRN in order to add the course. Full courses will not have the "add" button available in the course listings. Students, if having difficulty, should be directed to search for the course by CRN in order to add the course.
  10. You cannot remove an override once it has been granted. If you make an error granting an override, email registrar@du.edu with the student ID requesting that the override be removed.