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It’s frustrating to find that you need information or attachments from a deleted journal knowing you can’t search for it.  Well, you couldn’t until now. Starting July 17, the journal deletion process in ConnectCarolina was enhanced. Now, you can search for general ledger journals that have a status of “Deleted” so that you can retrieve the journals and the attachments. This does not apply to Budget journals. Here’s how it works:

When you delete a journal, you’ll see a message that the journal is “logically deleted” in the system which means that the journal is retained in the system for information only but will never be posted in any of the ledgers. Although it’s “logically deleted,” if you need to look it up, you can still search for it on two pages

  • The Campus Journal Validation page
  • The Journal Inquiry page

Need more information? Check out the updated Campus Journals Guide on with instructions for deleting journals and searching for deleted journals.

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