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|Section 11. The Initial set up includes:
1. One initial chapter enrollment based on the enrollment spreadsheet.
2. Ideally, one additional add-on roster may be used each semester, up to the number of students covered under the chapter level pricing. Please use the Add-On tab on the enrollment spreadsheet each time students are added. When emailing the file, indicate if it is a 1st add-on, etc.
3. Chapter accounts up to 99 students enables one or two co-advisors, over 100 students, up to 4 advisors. Additional advisors from the purchasing school may be added for $50 each.
Additional charges may apply for the following:
• Excessive enrollment changes.
• Enrolling additional students beyond the chapter level allocation of student accounts.
• No substitutions between students are allowed. (ie: if one student no longer wants to be in CU, it doesn't open the spot for another student)
• Co-advisors may want to set up separate accounts so each may conveniently view only their students’ grades and activities within CU. An additional $50 fee will apply to enroll each separate group for the same chapter. Use separate spreadsheets to split students.
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