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Financial Offer Business Rules


Grad SIS enables a comprehensive set of business rules pertaining to financial offers. Validation of financial offers against these business rules are mandatory for all financial offers, though offers in violation of financial business rules may still be passed to the Graduate Division. Grad SIS automates the validation of financial offers within the Financial Support screen. Below is a table containing all of the current business rules against which financial offers are validated.

Financial Offer Business Rules

(Rules in italics have been disabled in the current version of Grad SIS)

Code

Business Rule Description

1000

Multiple Allocations of the same Support Type in a Term.
You may not appoint a support type more than once in a given term.

1001

TA/GSR Allocation greater than 100% in the Summer.
During the summer, TA/GSR appointments may not exceed 100% time.

1002

TA Allocation greater than 50% during the Academic Year.
During the Academic Year, TA appointments may not exceed 50% time.

1003

GSR Allocation greater than 49% during the Academic Year.
During the Academic Year, GSR appointments may not exceed 49% time.

1004

No Amount entered.
This support type requires an amount.

1005

NRT Allocation for a California Resident.
You may not allocate NRT support when Packaging as a Resident.

1006

Sum of NRT Allocations greater than allowed NRT.
The Sum of Central and Departmental NRT support exceeds the total amount of NRT fees allowed for this term.

1007

Sum of Fees allocations greater than total Fees.
The sum of Fees allocations (including TA/GSR Benefits) exceeds the total amount of fees for this term.

1008

No Academic Year entered.
Academic Year is required.

1009

No Quarter entered.
Quarter is required.

1010

No Support Type entered.
Support Type is required.

1011

No TA/GSR percentage entered.
TA/GSR percentage is required.

1012

Allocation greater than amount available.
This allocation would exceed the amount funding for the selected support type.

1013

Sum of TA/GSR Allocations greater than maximum TA/GSR Allocation.
The TA/GSR support exceeds the maximum percent-time allowed for TA/GSR's during this term.

1014

Allocation greater than Master's threshold.
This allocation would exceed the threshold for master's degrees.

1015

Allocation greater than PhD's threshold.
This allocation would exceed the threshold for PhD's.

1016

Too many offers to international applicants.
This allocation would exceed the maximum number of offers to international applicants.

1017

Too many second-year NRT offers.
This allocation exceeds the maximum number of second-year NRT offers.

2000

Residency Override: Packaging as Resident.
An applicant's offer can only be packaged as "Resident" if local AND permanent addresses are in CA. Please make an entry in the Memo of Justification.

2001

Residency Override: Packaging as Domestic Non-resident.
An applicant's offer can only be packaged as "Domestic Non-resident" if local AND permanent addresses are outside CA, but in the US. Please make an entry in the Memo of Justification.

2002

Residency Override: Packaging as International.
An applicant's offer can only be packaged as "International" if local AND permanent addresses are outside the US. Please make an entry in the Memo of Justification.

2003

Stipend Requirement: GPA
The applicant's GPA does not meet the minimum GPA requirement for this level of stipend award.

2004

Stipend Requirement: Test Score
One of the applicant's test scores does not meet that test score requirement for this level of stipend award.

2005

TA/GSR Allocation less than 25% time.
Typically, TA/GSR offers are greater than 25% time.

2006

GPA requirement not met for TA Allocation in first term.
The applicant's GPA does not meet the minimum requirement for a TA allocation during the first term.

2007

GSR Allocation greater than 45% for a Domestic Non-resident applicant.
If GSR allocation exceeds 45% in the first academic year, Domestic-Nonresident students must also receive full NRT for the term.

2008

GSR Allocation greater than 45% for an International applicant.
If GSR allocation exceeds 45% in any academic year, International students must also receive full NRT.

3000

Unexpected Residency Code.
Unable to determine residency.

3001

Unexpected Quarter Code.
Unable to determine quarter.

3002

Unexpected Offer Type Code.
Unable to determine Offer Type.

3003

Unexpected Support Type Usage.
Unable to determine usage.

3004

TA/GSR Percentage not numeric.
TA/GSR percentage must be numeric.

3005

Amount not numeric.
Amount must be numeric.

3006

Unexpected Error.
An unexpected error has occurred.

3007

Unexpected Test Code.
Unable to determine test type.

3008

Unexpected Remission Code.
Unable to determine remission type.


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