The Attendance Verification system is used by faculty and administration to identify students who are actively registered and attending courses, or identify students registered for courses but not attending. Federal regulations require the institution to confirm students are attending classes before Financial Aid will be released.
The Office of the Registrar is charged with maintaining accurate records of class enrollment. Conducted once each regular term, the faculty attendance verification process serves two important purposes:
At the end of add/drop during each term the Office of the Registrar contacts class instructors to request they verify the students on their class roster.
In order to comply with federal student aid requirements, instructors are asked to identify students on the roster who have never attended or have stopped attending. In addition, instructors are asked to note students who have not attended but have requested instructors to “hold their seat” in the class as they plan to attend.
Attendance verification is conducted through POUNCE.
Any courses which the instructor is currently assigned to will appear in Banner. If there are any courses which are not appearing, please contact the Registrar's office for assistance.
Attendance Verification is completed through Faculty Self Service and should be completed prior to the posted deadline.
Please follow these directions for verifying class attendance:
All assigned course sections for the current terms will display. All class rosters for the term must be verified. Click the CRN to verify attendance for students in that course section.
After choosing the CRN, your class roster displays. Select an appropriate attendance status for each student.
You may also press the Mark All As Attending button to mark all students as attending. When you are done, press the Save Attendance Verification button at the bottom of the page. You will have the ability to go back to your attendance verification roster and verify any students who may have added your class after your original submission before the deadline date.
Since students sometimes add courses late, we recommend that you double check your rolls near the deadline to be sure that latecomers have been verified.