Advanced Detection in Post Tuition Fees

Reduce billing errors! Advanced Detection in Post Tuition Fees is a tool designed to identify tuition fees that may duplicate fees you've already posted to a family, and fees set to post for a student who was enrolled and dropped during the Billing Cycle because of an administrative error, as an example.

These fees are highlighted on the Preview Tuition Fees page, allowing you to decide whether the tuition fee is included in the batch. 

This function does not replace the need for you to review the tuition fees that are about to be posted.


In Post Tuition Fees (Transactions menu), the Advanced Detection section offers several options.

Detect duplicate tuition feesSelect the Detect check box to enable duplicate fee detection. Jackrabbit will search for fees with the Transaction Type = Tuition Fee that have already been posted to a family's account for the same student during the chosen time frame.
Match on Student plusOptionally have Jackrabbit also include the Class and/or Category 1 in the criteria for a duplicate fee. The tuition fee for a student must have the same Class/Category 1 to be considered a duplicate.

Note: If you select a Transaction Subtype in the Transaction Details section, the Transaction Subtype will display as a check box below Category 1.
Detect dropped student feesSelect the Detect check box to have Jackrabbit identify fees set to post to a student who was enrolled and dropped in a non prorated class during the Billing Cycle.
Dropped student fees are not detected for prorated classes because Jackrabbit already considers the student enroll and drop dates when prorating the fee according to your Tuition Settings (Prorating Options).
Check dates from Enter the Check dates from and through to define the time frame to be searched. The system checks for tuition fees posted for the time frame you select.

The Preview Tuition Fees page, generated when the Preview Tuition Fees button is selected, highlights the fees detected as being duplicates or dropped students. The reason for being detected as a duplicate or drop is included in the preview results.

The Legend shows the highlighting for three different scenarios.

Duplicate Tuition Fee
A tuition fee for this student has already been posted to the Family account during the time frame defined for detection.

Example

Barbie was enrolled into Ballet L1 - Mon 5pm and her July tuition fee was posted at that time. Subsequently, another staff person ran Post Tuition Fees for July, and Barbie was included in the batch causing a duplicate transaction.
Clear the check box in the Post column to omit the fee from the batch. Optionally, use the buttons under the Legend to check or un-check all duplicates.
Dropped Student Fee
This student was enrolled and dropped/transferred from a non prorated class during the Billing Cycle.

Example

Santos was enrolled in Ballet L1 - Mon 5pm on July 1 and on July 2nd he asked to be transferred to the Tuesday Ballet class. As part of the transfer process, Santos is dropped from the Monday class and enrolled in the Tuesday class. Because the classes are not prorated, the full month's tuition fees for both classes are included in the batch. The fee for the Monday class Santos transferred from is highlighted as a Dropped Student Fee. The fee for the Tuesday class is not highlighted.
Clear the check box in the Post column to omit the fee for the Monday class from the batch. Optionally, use the buttons under the Legend to check or un-check all drops.
Dropped & Duplicate
This student was enrolled and dropped from a non prorated class during the Billing Cycle and a tuition fee has already been posted to the Family account during the time frame defined for detection.

Example

On July 1 Barbie was enrolled in Ballet L1 - Mon 5pm and the tuition fee was posted at that time. This administrative error was discovered on July 2nd and Barbie was dropped from the class and the fee was deleted. Subsequently, another staff person ran Post Tuition Fees for July, and Barbie was included in the batch causing a duplicate transaction.
Clear the check box in the Post column to omit the fee from the batch. Optionally, use the buttons under the Legend to check or un-check all drop and duplicates.

Fixed Fees will always be displayed as possible duplicates. Be sure to check a fixed fee was not previously posted to a family account before you post the tuition fees.

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