It’s only been three months, but the start of the Fall 2020 semester seems like lightyears ago. The priority, then and now, is to maximize a safe and healthy environment for us to teach, work, learn and live in. Although the decision was made to move learning off-campus early in the Fall semester, the foundation was laid in ConnectCarolina to help staff manage information about COVID-related changes to the academic calendar, class schedules, course details and more. Last summer, the ConnectCarolina Student Administration team, led by Maribel Carrion, rose to meet the challenge of collecting, coding and providing updated information to students, faculty and staff. That included changes such as: a compressed academic calendar, longer instructional days to allow extra time for students to travel between on-campus classes, reassigning classrooms to meet COVID-19 capacity recommendations, and the addition of new ways for faculty to deliver instruction. ConnectCarolina, as the system of record for the University, is the place where all this updated information resides. Did you know that moving the Fall 2021 term start date from August 18 to August 10 led to nearly 11,000 updates to the start dates of classes? It also meant more than 40,000 updates to student records, because each class they registered for had to be updated with the date changes, and each time the mode of instruction changed. The team is now building on that foundation to prepare for Spring 2021 registration and the start of the semester. Here’s a behind-the-scenes peek at what the Student Administration team is working on. Updated the Modes of Instruction & Class Details page … Continued
This is the PDF Version of the Power Point presentation from the September 14, 2016 HR Liaison’s meeting. The topics covered were FLSA, TIM Upgrade, Multi-Sate Tax Initiative, Self Service for W4s and NC4s, and an update on 2-Step Verification.
This is a recording of a presentation made at the 2016 OSR Symposium. The presentation provides key information needed by people who manage contracts and grants, including: finding open requisitions, purchase orders, and unposted vouchers; finding voucher payments; finding sponsor payments; finding payroll accounting rows; finding cash balances; finding budget balances.
This quick reference accompanies the Useful Reports and Queries for Research Administrators presentation. This reference provides a list of reports discussed in the presentation, and where and how to access them.
The PowerPoint presentation identifies some key information areas needed by people who manage contracts and grants, including: finding open requisitions, purchase orders, and unposted vouchers; finding voucher payments; finding sponsor payments; finding payroll accounting rows; finding cash balances; finding budget balances.
This guide provides detailed information on being an Access Request Coordinator (ARC). ARCs enter requests for access to ConnectCarolina and some companion systems such as Web Travel and PeopleAdmin. The guide includes step-by-step instructions for: entering and submitting access requests, retracting and deleting requests. sharing a request. working with file attachments in the access requests. generating reports on access requests. checking the status of a request.
This report shows fund and cash balances, and revenue and expenses, by source. It is based on the GL Actuals ledger.
This self-paced course covers how to create a travel authorization, create an airfare request, work with WebTravel documents, and create a travel reimbursement.
Student Guide for the Person Creation class.
Part of a series of self-paced courses that introduces the basic concepts for InfoPorte users.