Mock Enrollment on animo.sys - Frequently Asked Questions




Will the estimated enrollment for AY 2012-2013, First Term, be in May?

Yes, the enrollment will be sometime in May.

The schedule of the actual enrollment for AY 2013-14, Term 1 will be released by the Office of the University Registrar no later than 30 April 2013.

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Is it possible to view the course offerings from the main menu, and not from inside the Enrollment: Add Classes link itself?

Yes, it is possible. Follow the procedure below:

  1. From the main menu on the left side of your screen, click Self Service link.
  2. Under Student Admission, click Student Center link.
  3. On the right side of your screen, click the green Search for Classes button.
  4. If you are an Undergraduate student, type in the Course Subject text box (after the select subject button) the first two letters of the course you need to search; if you are a Graduate student, type the first three letters of the course you need to search. Then click the SEARCH button.
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Where is the curriculum audit link?

Although there is no data available at the moment, you can access your course history (i.e. the new term for curriculum audit) by following the procedure below:

  1. From the main menu on the left side of your screen, click Self Service link.
  2. Under Student Admission, click Student Center link.
  3. Under the first area Academics, click My Academics link.
  4. In the second box, click View my course history link.

During the enrollment for AY 2013-2014, 1st Term, data will be available here.

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In Step 7, what is the Class Number for?

If you searched for a course subject via the select subject button, you should have seen the list of class offerings. A sample would be:

step 11

In the above screen, ACCTMAN section 31 is of LEC (or Lecture) type and has an associated class number of 2177 (in parentheses). If you enter this class number in Step 7, this will be another way of selecting the class, instead of clicking the select subject link.

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In Step 13, what is the Permission Number for?

Permission numbers are basically used to restrict student enrolling in a class directly without having a permission number. You can leave this field blank because this is not going to used during this mock enrollment.

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I find the new enrollment process longer than in My.LaSalle; the new design, not easy to use. Will the design change in the actual online enrollment for AY 2013-2014, 1st Term?

No, the design will not change during the actual online enrollment. Your concern is completely understandable. Whenever a new system is used, it seems difficult because you are not familiar with it. In time, you will get used to the flow.

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I was automatically logged out after several minutes of inactivity.

The system initially automatically logged out a session after inactivity of 10 minutes. Inactivity limit is now set to twenty (20) minutes.

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There are TBAs in the mock enrollment course subjects. During the actual online enrollment, will there still be TBAs?

There might still be TBAs in the course subjects during online enrollment, but this will be considerably less.

During online enrollment, in case you need to inquire about these TBAs, please coordinate with your Academic Assistant.

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Will animo.sys have a feature of petitioning subjects?

There will be an equivalent feature. Please do the following:

  1. After logging into animo.sys, click the Self Service link.
  2. Click the Academic Planning link.
  3. Click the My Planner link.
  4. Click the Browse Course Catalog button.
  5. If necessary, click the link with starting letter of the course you need to petition.
  6. If you are an Undergraduate student, click the link containing the first two letters of the course you want to petition; if you are a Graduate student, click the link containing the first three (3) letters of the course you want to petition.
  7. Click the checkbox of the course you want.
  8. Click the Add to Planner button
  9. Click the my planner tab to see the list of courses for which you petitioned.
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What do I do if I encounter an Authorization Error when I log in to animo.sys?

Please email animo.sys@dlsu.edu.ph to tell them you are encountering this error. To facilitate the resolution of your problem, please do nor forget to indicate your ID Number in your email.

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How do I enroll in residency?

Each college has defined its own course code for residency:

College or School

Residency Course

College of Business COB8500
College of Computer Studies CCS8500
College of Education CED8500
College of Engineering COE8500
College of Liberal Arts CLA8500
College of Science COS8500
School of Economics SOE8500

You will have to enroll online for the course code defined by your college. This was similarly enrolled online in MLS.

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How do I enroll in OCE?

Enrollment in OCE is done manually. The Office of the University Registrar will be releasing an announcement regarding enrollment schedules, including enrollment in OCE.

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What do I do if I encounter the error "Your User ID and/or Password are invalid"?

Please do the following:

  1. Log in to your MLS account.
  2. Change your password.
  3. Log into animo.sys using your new password.

Should you still encounter errors, please email animo.sys@dlsu.edu.ph to report this problem.

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I know there is a class that should be offered during AY 2013-2014, Term 1, but it is not included in the list of course offerings posted in the animo.sys web site.

There are only a few classes available during mock enrollment. During the actual online enrollment, all classes should be available for enrollment.

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What do I do if I encounter the error "We've detected that your browser version is not supported by this website ..."?

You may disregard this notice.

Just continue entering your ID Number and your MLS password.

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Why does the course appear with a space in between some of the letters or numbers?

The course code in animo.sys complies with international standards which required that course codes be composed of two (2) parts: the Subject Area and the Catalog Number. For DLSU, only the Graduate School complies with this standard because their courses follow this pattern, i.e. they have three characters of subject area and four characters for the catalog number. For the Undergraduates, the subject area was temporarily defined as the first two characters of the course code, while the catalog number is the last five characters of the course code.

In the online enrollment feature of animo.sys, searching for a class requires that the student enter only the subject area, that is why in the Online Enrollment Procedure.

When finding a course code in a long list of course offerings, the student may opt to use the Ctrl-F function. In the Online Enrollment Procedure, the following is stated:

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