Create, Edit, and Delete a Student

Users with specific permissions can create a student through the Pearson Access user interface (UI). After a student exists in Pearson Access, these users can also edit or delete that student through the UI.


Prerequisites

  • Confirm that you are in the Administrator role.


Step-by-Step

Create a Student Record

  1. Click (or tap) the Organization dropdown, and select a school. 

    You must select a school from the Organization dropdown to create students. If you select an organization above the school-level, the Create Student tab does not appear.




  2. From the main menu, click Students.


  3. Click Create Student, and enter required student data, and select additional data, as necessary. 

    If your project uses Student Portal, you must enter the student's email address to give him or her access to it.


    Select Check box if Student will never be assigned a State Student ID under the Student ID field to auto-generate a unique SSID after confirming creation.

    Demographics and Accommodations options are organized by category and appear alphabetically.



  4. Click Create Student

    A Success message appears. You can click View the new student now to do so.

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Edit a Student Record

  1. From the main menu, click Students.

  2. Scroll to find the student's name or search for his or her name, and click it.

  3. Click Edit

    If your project uses Student Portal, you must enter the student's email address to give him or her access to it.




  4. Update student details, and scroll to click Save

    If a student enrollment includes more than one school, the Reporting Organization appears in the Student Details Enrollment section. You can update the reporting school for a student or for an individual test attempt.


Delete a Student

  1. From the main menu, click Students.

  2. Scroll to find the student's name or search for his or her name, and select it.

  3. Click Delete Students.


  4. Click Confirm.