NAPP Step 3: Notification-Enrollment Services - Carnegie Mellon University

NAPP Step 3: Notification Phase

Status: Required process initiated by the University Registrar's Office
Timing: Notification within 1 week of completion of NAPP Step 2
Introduction/Purpose:

comprehensive approval notification process initiated by the University Registrar’s Office will assure that all CMU offices are notified in a timely and thorough manner in order to provide support to faculty, staff, and students related to compliance, accreditation, finances and financial aid (if any), S3 Student Services Suite data entry and management, student service delivery (including non-immigrant visa documents), etc.


Standard information included in notification: Scanned copy of the completed NAPP Step 2: Administrative Implementation Phase form with signed approvals.


In some cases, other administrative processes will naturally follow as a result of the NAPP 3: Notification Phase. Examples include: Middle States accreditation, assignment of the commodity code by Student Accounts, Office of International Education's preparedness to issue the I-20 document for new incoming international students, etc; some processes take only days and some will take weeks or more. Please refer to the Timing Considerations section of this website. 

Form: NAPP Step 3: Notification Phase
Next Steps:
  1. Upon approval and completion of NAPP Step 2, the University Registrar’s Office will notify the academic program or department of the approval and provide the new academic program code.
  2. Upon receiving NAPP Step 3: Notification, the academic department or program may commence with data entry and program set-up in S3 Student Services Suite.
    • If Middle States accreditation action and approval is pending, the academic department or program may not advertise the program and may not enroll students. When approval is received, the Director of Accreditation and Strategic Initiatives will notify the academic department or program and other relevant administrative offices.
    • If approval is pending from the US Department of Education (DoE), US federal financial aid may not be awarded or disbursed. When approval is received, the Director of Student Financial Aid will notify the academic department or program and other relevant administrative offices.
    • If approval is pending from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), I-20 and other non-immigrant visa documents will not be issued by the Office of International Education (OIE) to foreign students. When the approval is received, the Director of OIE will notify the academic department or program and other relevant administrative offices.