How can we get a list of Activities with no students enrolled?

We are reviewing the student enrollment and need to determine if there are any activities that do not have any students enrolled.

To create a list of activities with no students enrolled, an Advanced List will need to be created.

To create this List, navigate to:
  1. Navigate to Analysis > Manage Lists
  2. Click the Manage basic and advanced lists block under List Actions
  3. Click Add > Create Advanced List
  4. Within Select Objects, Expand Activity Group and Select the Following Objects:
  • Activity Base 
  • Activity Detail
  • Activity Group
  • Activity Enrollment
  • Activity Term
  1. Expand Constituent Information and select User Base
  2. Unmark the Inner Join for Activity Enrollment
  3. Select Display Fields
  4. Click Select Fields
  5. Expand Activity Base and mark Activity Title
  6. Expand Activity Group > Activity Enrollment > User Base
  7. Mark First Name and Last Name
  8. Click Select
  9. Select the Filters Tab
  10. Under Global Filters click the + to add the following Filters:
  • User Base.First Name is Null
  • Activity Term.School Year any of and the School Year desired (such as 2016-2017)
  1. Name the List and place in a Category if desired
  2. Click Preview to see which Courses have no Users attached to them
  3. Click Save or Save & Exit to save the list for future use.

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