Glossary of Terms
CIT Self Service gives you easy, direct access to your personal information and records. The terminology used on CIT Self Service is unique to CIT and our Student Information Management System. This page provides a definition of the terminology for your assistance.
CIT Self Service Terminology
A course is any qualification or collection of subjects or competencies which are grouped together for learning.
Each course has title and a code, examples:
Within CIT Self Service a course can also be referred to as:
CRN stands for the Class Reference Number.
One subject can have multiple CRNs, each CRN is unique and identifies the specific details of the class e.g. Monday, Tuesday evenings or online.
You will see the CRN/s listed on documents such as your Unofficial Transcript, your Timetable or Schedule and your Student Statement.
A 'hold' is a block on your student record that can prevent you from re-enrolling, borrowing resources, receiving results or even graduating. If you need assistance regarding a hold on your record, you should contact CIT Student Services on (02)620 73188.
On your Unofficial Transcript you will see a column headed RSTS which stands for Registration Status. This indicates your status in a course.
On your Student Timetable you will see an item labelled 'Stat'.
You may see the following Status codes:
On your Student Timetable you will see an item labelled 'Stat'. This indicates your status in a course. You may see the following Status codes:
On your Unofficial Transcript the heading is RSTS which stands for Registration Status.
A subject is typically a single unit of competency where a student will undertake learning.
Each subject or unit has a unique code, examples:
A 'Term' on CIT Self Service is a six digit number and refers to the combination of a specific year and a semester, examples: