Student Records Track


About This Track

Attendees have plenty to experience in the Student Records (SR) sessions at Alliance. Experts from Oracle and from institutions representing the global landscape of higher education share information about how students, staff, and faculty access and manage their information. Most sessions focus on how institutions set up their information system to best support current and future student or faculty services, manage institutional records, and provide accurate reports. Topics include Oracle Student Cloud, Campus Solutions 9.2, Elasticsearch, courses and classes, enrollment, grades, academic credit/statistics, graduation planning, enrollment requisites/PERC, Activity Guides, WorkCenters, Program Enrollment and Activity Management. The Community and Birds of a Feather sessions are always of interest and are great places to meet and network with your peers. There are also opportunities throughout the conference to connect with and learn from other users from around the globe. From first-time conference attendees to veteran users, something is available for everyone in the Student Records sessions.

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A Few of Our Sessions

Elastic Search, Fluid Class and Catalog Search: Set-up, development and usage

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David Slater
Clarkson University
Programmer/Analyst Level III

A thorough look into the set-up of Elastic Search in PeopleSoft using a CS 9.2 instance, including specific set-up of the Fluid Class and Catalog Search related to Fluid Student class search and registration. Information about development, usage, support and aspects to be aware of will all be discussed.

SIDA: Student Initiated Drop/Add, using Approval Workflow Engine (AWE)

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Christina Monesar
University of Florida
Functional/Business Analyst

This session provides an overview of the University of Florida's use of workflow (AWE) to process student initiated drop/add (SIDA) requests made after the drop/add deadline.

Zero to 6000, Building an Automated Transfer Credit Process

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Rachel Scott
Rochester Institute of Technology
Assistant Registrar for Transfer Credit Management

Learn how RIT went from pen and paper to fully automated transfer credit articulation in just a matter of months. In this session attendees will see how tools such as Excel to CI, queries and historical data were leveraged to inform and build new business practices and processes University wide.

Our Complete Agenda


Note that this listing below includes sessions from other tracks that we think you may be interested in. If you are using our mobile app, make sure to select the track you see listed below in order to get that session added to your agenda!!

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Wednesday, March 6