Log into SSIG and go to Student Finder
Scroll down to the field Degree Granded Date.
You can use the drop down menu to further filter your search Ex: If you are looking for a specific date you can use IS ONE OF, but if you do not know the specific date of graduation you can use the >= criteria and use a general date. So if I wanted to search for the class that graduated in June 1, I could search for >= 20160601 which would give me anyone who graduated = or greater than June 1, 2016.
If you are expecting a large number of results, make sure to change the # Of Results field to a number that is Greater then what you expect to ensure you do not exclude results.
If you would like you can do the same with the # Per Page field
You can now do a few different things with the results of your search. You can:
- Download the list to Excel for further analysis.
- Email the resulting users from SSIG directly by pressing the Email button
If you need to send a Custom email to the users in the results you will have to Download the list then import it into excel. Follow the instructions under the section Emailing
You can Open or Save the file.
You may be asked which program you would like to open the file with. (Typically this is Excel)
If you need further help with this please contact Support@williamjames.edu
You can Copy the values of the Email header (but not the header itself) into the To field in Outlook to email the people in your report.
If you need to determine how many incoming students we have for an upcoming semester or how many incoming students we had for a previouis year you can use the search field called Adm Ent Sem to search by the semester code.
Semester Codes: lets take the semester 201410 for example. This code stands for the academic year 2013-2014 and 10 means Fall. If you wanted the Fall semester for academic year 2014- 2015 the semester code would be 201510.
00= Summer 1
01= Summer 2
You can use the drop down menu to further filter your search Ex: If you are looking for a specific date you can use IS ONE OF, but if you do not know the specific date of you can use the >= criteria and use a general date. So if I wanted to search for the class that started in September 1, 2016 I could search for >= 201610 which would give me anyone who graduated = or greater than June 1, 2016.