About This Track
A student’s relationship with your institution can start with the Admissions track! Admissions plays a key role in getting students in the door - beginning with the recruitment of prospects and on to an offer of admission being made to an applicant. During the recruitment phase, your institution may source names from third-party vendors (e.g. SSS, EOS), attend school fairs, and load prospect data from testing agencies (e.g. SAT, ACT, TOEFL, GRE). Your institution now has the ability to use delivered functionality to develop its own application and data load processes using features such as AAWS (Admissions Application Web Services) and PDL (Prospect Data Load). Other delivered processes at your disposal are admissions evaluation tools, the 3C’s, and evaluating test and/or transfer credit for newly admitted students. You have the wonderful opportunity to share your institution’s best practices for the Admissions Campus Solutions module and we’re especially excited to learn how you may be using delivered functionality “out-of-the-box” from Oracle to streamline the recruitment and/or admissions process.
A Few of Our Sessions
Admissions Fluid Self-Service, Fantasyland No Longer
Northern Illinois University
Senior Associate Director, Admissions Systems & Processing
Northern Illinois University went live with our PeopleSoft Campus Solutions 9.2 upgrade in early October 2018. For admissions, the most important piece of new functionality was fluid self-service. We went live with the delivered baseline functionality and have been pleased with the enhanced information we can provide to applicants in different stages of their application process.
BI Publisher/Design Helper Basics: Template Creation for Personalized Communications
George Fox University
Communications & Operations Manager
BI Publisher/Design Helper basics: A brief introduction and overview of the design helper plugin and basic functionality for creating simple templates using data housed in PeopleSoft. Emphasis on usage for email and letter communications.
Query For Functional Users -- Intermediate to Advanced Functionality
University of Texas at Dallas
Software Systems Specialist IV
In this session, we will look at how functional users can use PS Query to get the most out of their queries for reporting, auditing, and using the queries for Data Sources within Campus Solutions.
Our Complete Agenda
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