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Annual Terms of Use for Administrative Systems

January 20, 2022

Email Communication Send Date: January 19, 2022 From: ConnectCarolina Communications To: Faculty and Staff Who Use ConnectCarolina, InfoPorte or TarHeel Reports to do their work. Subject: Annual Terms of Use for Administrative Systems You are receiving this message because you … Continued

Information about the F& A Formula Allocation Report

November 1, 2018

Hello, You are receiving this message because you have access to the F&A Formula Allocation Report in InfoPorte, and we want to make you aware of upcoming changes. After 5:00pm on Thursday, November 1, these changes will be in place: The … Continued

Upcoming Changes to InfoPorte Finance Reports

August 10, 2018

To: MOU Leads, business managers, RASG, Res_Info, InfoPorte Finance Users
Send Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Subject: Upcoming changes to InfoPorte Finance reports

Here are the financial report changes you will see in InfoPorte on Monday, August 13. As we’ve said in previous communications, there isn’t much you need to do before the changes go into the system. This email has updates on the following topics:

ConnectCarolina User Conference Coming This Fall

June 12, 2018

Plans are underway for the second ConnectCarolina User Conference, a day of sharing and learning more about the systems that we work in everyday: ConnectCarolina, InfoPorte and other University Systems integrated with ConnectCarolina.

It’s Time To Do The 2-Step

May 2, 2018

If you use any part of ConnectCarolina except SelfService, then starting May 23, you’ll be required to use 2-Step/Duo to access ConnectCarolina. That means if you enter grades, submit ePARs, conduct performance evaluations, buy from the vendor catalogs, or any other transaction beyond those on the SelfService menu, you’ll need to verify with 2-Step/Duo to get in to ConnectCarolina.

Have You Registered for 2-Step Verification?

August 30, 2017

To keep sensitive information safe, the University uses a security method called 2-Step Verification. With this method, you verify that “you’re you” before you see certain sensitive information. Enrolling in 2-Step takes just 10 minutes and helps keep you and UNC secure.