ATLAS Scheduler - Setting Up Term Dates

Detailed below are the instructions on how to set up term dates in ATLAS Scheduler app. These instructions are for users who have been granted administrator access to the app. If you have been granted admin access and you follow these instructions, but it seems like options are missing or that the app isn’t working, it may be a technical issue. Email ATLAS at atlas-apps@illinois.edu for additional support if the guidelines below don’t answer your question(s).

First: Navigate to the ATLAS App at: https://apps.atlas.illinois.edu/scheduler 

Click Login and login to Scheduler using your AD Login/Password.

 

Next: Hover over the “Administration” tab in the upper left-hand corner and click “Request Rules and Dates”.

Hover over the 'Administration' tab, and then click 'Request Rules and Dates

Click "Term Dates".

Term information is listed here. By default the dates are pulled from Banner, but can be edited manually.

Locate the term name and click “Edit” directly to the left.

Click the 'Edit' button to the lower left of the 
'Term Code' heading

Change the dates as necessary.

  • Name - display name for the term.
  • Term Start - official start date of the term.
  • Term End - official end date of the term.
  • Single Request - earliest date that users can create a single request for the term.
  • Single Request - last date that users can create a single request for the term.
  • Priority Request Start  - earliest date that users can create a priority full-semester request for the term.
  • Priority Request End - last date that users can create a priority full-semester request for the term.
  • Full Term Request Start - earliest date that users can create a normal full-semester request for the term.
  • Full Term Request - last date that users can create a normal full-semester request for the term.
  • Earliest Request Date - earliest date that an event can occur for the term; for example, if the term starts on 1/1/2007, but the Earliest Request Date is 1/5/2007, a meeting time in a request would not be able to be set before 1/5/2007.
  • Latest Request Date - latest date that an event can occur for the term. For example, if the term ends on 12/20/2007, but the Latest Request Date is 12/15/2007, a meeting time in a request would not be able to be set past 12/15/2007.
  • Suggested Request Start - start date suggested to users when making a request for the particular term.
  • Suggested Request End - end date suggested to users when making a request for the particular term.

Click “Update” on the far left when finished.

After you are done editing, click the 'Update' button, located where the 'Edit' button originally was




Keywords:ATLAS Scheduler Setting Up Term Dates app Administration Rules and Dates Suggested   Doc ID:61301
Owner:Alex R.Group:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
Created:2016-02-29 14:14 CSTUpdated:2016-10-10 10:40 CST
Sites:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
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