Access to University Systems
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- Finance One and E-Trans
- Student Systems
- eLearning Systems (Blackboard)
- Web Systems
- Archibus Maintenance System
- Management Information System
- Customer Relationship Management System
To Access the Student Systems, Finance Systems you need to have Citrix software installed on your computer. Please contact in the first instance the Online TS Service Desk to have this software installed and configured.
Finance One and E-Trans
Finance One is the University's finance system. The system provides extensive financial and budget reporting for users and management. E-trans is the University's data processing, work flow and transaction tracking system, providing secure transaction enquiry and reporting, and electronic multi-level financial delegations authorisation.
Access and training for Finance Systems
w: Financial and Business Services website.
MyHR is the University's Human Resource Information System (HRIS) for personnel, leave, payroll, superannuation and training administration.Continuing and fixed-term staff are able to access their own HR and payroll information. This enables you to:
- apply for some types of leave, including annual and sick leave
- view your leave balances and takings and predict future leave balances
- view and modify your name and address information and emergency contact details
- view your fortnightly payslips
- manage payroll deductions
- view your employment details.
Access and support to MyHR
Continuing and fixed-term staff: Your username and initial password will be emailed to your SCU email address by email@example.com.
The Student System manages a student record from application to graduation including offers, enrolments, invoicing, examinations, assessments and Government reporting. The system provides user support in the way of reports, alerts, data analysers and administration consoles, along with forms and correspondence customised for individual work area requirements. Internal and external students, overseas students and higher degree research student records are maintained. My Enrolment and eAcademic provide web based access to the Student System for students and staff respectively.
This is the web interface into the University's student record management system, Student System. It provides students with real-time access to their student record. Students can reliably check the details of their enrolment, update their contact details, enrol online, check their results and withdraw from units and their course, all via a secure log-in. scu.edu.au/myenrolment
eAcademic is a set of web menus and functions that enable an SCU staff member to set up and maintain personalised watch lists to report information on courses, units and individual students. scu.edu.au/myenrolment
It also allows a user to submit final grades, grade variations, examination papers and progress reports for research students all via a secure login.
Access and initial training for Student Systems
Please contact the TS Service Desk to arrange access.
The University has a centrally supported eLearning management system called Blackboard is an easy to use browser-based learning environment enabling onlineinteractivity and collaboration as well as access to study materials and resources.The majority of study units delivered at SCU have an associated Blackboard site.
Access and training for eLearning
The SCU BlackBoard Support Team are located within DRCLR. BlackBoard training bookings can be made through MyHR.
More information about Blackboard can is available from the Digital Resources Centre for Learning and Research website.
Technology Services manages and maintain the web environment, its systems and availability, in collaboration for content and design with the Community and Corporate Relations Directorate.
- Domain name registration and management.
- Management of users for servers and websites, providing access and training.
- Planning, development, maintenance and functionality of the University website content management system.
- Creation of websites, templates and adherence of websites to University brand for websites, applications (both internal and external).
- Integration of external and internal applications into the website environment.
- Site audits and QA.
Access and training for the University website
Archibus is the University's facilities and infrastructure management tool. Using this system staff can report, track and analyse facilities-related information. All requests for repairs, maintenance, space management, and disposal are logged through the Archibus portal.
Log a call to Archibus
Management Information System
Data Warehouse, Cognos ReportNet and Analysis Studio allow information from various corporate systems (Finance, Student, Staff, Payroll, Research, etc.) to be merged and available for standardised reports and ad-hoc analysis. This will assist managers to analyse pertinent issues, including student enrolment and retention, course and unit performance, research activities performance, and student/staff demographics. Discuss with your supervisor if you require access.
Access and training for MIS
Customer Relationship Management System
Customer Relationship Management System is an institution-wide system to facilitate the University's strategies for relationship and enquiry management.Prospective students, current students, alumni, industry and philanthropic partners, educational collaborations etc. are a sample of the relationships managed within this system. It is used to assist in student recruitment and retention activities; facilitate timely, accurate and consistent enquiry responses; and to build and manage key relationships to assist thebroader University community and friends.
Access and training for CRM
Updated: 29 October 2012