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Course Portal: Course Roster & Group Email

You can access your current Course Roster through the Course Portal by clicking Course Roster on your course page.

Course Roster Views

There are a variety of views of your class roster available. You can choose from the options below.

  • Photo View: Displays student name and photo.

  • Name View: Displays student name only.

  • Facebook View: Displays student name, photo, class, degree, hometown, and previous academic experiences (may not be available for all students).

  • Credit View: Displays student name, class, degree, and number of credits earned for this course.

  • Enrollment History View: Displays student name, class, degree, email address, photo and all courses the student has enrolled in at Penn Law.

  • Instructor Enrollment History View: Includes all students enrolled in any of your courses. Displays student name, class, degree, photo, and courses enrolled with this instructor.

Send Group Email

You can send email to specific students in your class right from the Course Roster page.

  1. From the Course Portal homepage, click Class Roster for your course.
  2. Click on the students' photos that you would like to email. A red box will appear around each selected student.
  3. Click the Course Portal Email button above the students' photos to send your message.

Print your Roster

When viewing any Class Roster view, click the Printable Mode button before choosing Print in your browser.

Printable Mode

Export your Roster to Excel

You can export a copy of the Facebook View (without Photo) for any course to an Excel spreadsheet using the Excel button.

Export to Excel

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