SHACRSE - Viewable Transcript
- SHACRSE shows what courses a student has already taken at PCC, and the grades they have earned.
For a Video Demonstration of SHACRSE, go to the Video Demos page.
From the Banner Main Menu, type SHACRSE, then press Enter.
Type in the student's ID (G Number) in the ID field.
- Leave the term field blank.
All credit and non-credit courses taken by the student at PCC will appear. Non-graded courses and courses in progress will not appear.
If there are more courses listed than can fit on the screen right and left arrows to navigate between pages.
- To look up another CRN, click the tools link at the upper right side. This will produce a menu.
- Select refresh (formerly rollback)
- To exit SFASLST and return to the Banner Main Menu, click the large white X in the upper left corner.
Interpreting the Information
|Field Name||What it Means||Options & Details|
Users can sort by term
201701 = Winter 2017
201702 = Spring 2017
201703 = Summer 2017
201704 = Fall 2017
Part of Term
Part of Term for the course
Indicates whether the course was full term or of shorter duration.
Campus Codes are:
Users can sort by campus
Credit or CEU course?
Click on theDown Arrow just below the field name to view a list of Level codes.
Course Reference Number
Users can sort by CRN
Academic Subject Code (for example, BI for Biology)
Users can sort by subject
Course number corresponding to the Academic Subject (for example: WR 121.)
Users can sort by course number
Not used by PCC.
Users can sort by section
|Hours||Credit Hours Earned||May be for credit or CEU courses.|
FOR CREDIT CLASSES:
A = A grade (4.0 points)
B = B grade (3.0 points)
C = C grade (2.0 points)
D = D grade (1.0 points)
F = F grade (0 points)
CIP = Incomplete (0 points)
NP = No Pass (0 points)
P = Pass (0 points)
W = Withdraw (0 points)
AUD = Audited / CIP = Course In Progress
FOR CEU CLASSES:
SC = Satisfactory Completion
NC = Not Satisfactory Completion
To view a complete listing of grade codes, refer to Banner page SHAGRDE.
Click on theDown Arrow just below the field name to view a list of Grade codes.
The system of grading associated with the class.
|The most common grading mode is N for normal: the A--F grading system.|
If this class has been designated as one which can receive a CIP or CIPR grade, the code will be S or R respectively.
Indicates whether the student has taken the course more than once.
|Possible Codes are:|
Blank = Not repeated
|Course Title||Title of course||Users can sort by course title|