When a course expires, students have a grace period of 14 days to still see the course on their landing pages. During this time, Pearson will no longer upload submissions past the student enrollment end date. This grace period allows students and Observers time to review their course completions and work with their Teachers if more time is needed. Administrators and Teachers can extend students’ enrollment end dates on an as needed basis.
Note: Although students can still see courses on their Home page, it is important that Teachers remind students to submit all assignments by Midnight EST of the course end date.
Administrators can view course Start and End dates by selecting the Courses tool in the Main Menu. They can also view enrollment dates by selecting the Course ID.
Teachers can view their own enrollments by selecting Manage Courses in the Header Menu on the Home page, then selecting View courses.
Note: Teacher Course Enrollment dates can differ from student Start/End dates.
Teachers can view student enrollment start or end dates as a column(s) in the Gradebook.
Select the Gradebook tool from the desired course card on the Home page.
Select Display options in the Header Menu.
Select Edit visible columns.
Select the desired Enrollment options to display in the Gradebook.
Administrators and Teachers can run an Enrollment report to review multiple enrollments within multiple courses in a school.
Course type (Continuous or Traditional) determines how long and in what capacity students will see the course on their landing pages. In Pearson Connexus, students can always see their enrollment end date when they are on the Course Activities page for the course.
- Continuous courses: Students will not see the courses on the home page if the enrollment expired and the grace period has passed.
- Traditional (Range) courses: There are two end dates in the traditional course type: the course end date and the student's enrollment end date. Depending on the situation, the experience changes.
- Course end date active, student enrollment end date is expired: The course displays as Expired or with the enrollment end date, but students will see the course on their home pages until the 14-day grace period ends.
- Course end date is expired, student enrollment end date is expired: The course displays as Expired or with the enrollment end date, but students will see the course on their home pages until the 14-day grace period ends.
- Course end date is expired, student enrollment end date is active: The course remains visible, and students can work in the course until their enrollment end date has passed.