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Banner Properties & Standards:
Instructions for Requesting Offices
Banner is the University’s central data repository. Changes that affect the potential interpretation of data must be fully evaluated and approved by core data collection offices as well as the offices of the associate provost for IR and the associate vice president of IERP. Such approval is critical to ensure consistent reporting of University’s data.
Any office can request a use, definition, addition, retraction of new or existing codes or data fields. Such Banner Properties & Standards requests must be formally reviewed and approved by both the associate provost for IR and the associate vice president of IERP, taking into account the needs of the requesting office and the best interest of the University.
The requesting office must formally request any changes by completing the online Banner Properties & Standards Request Form via Banner Self Service. Your information will be sent directly to theassociate vice president of IERP, who will convene a committee that will endeavor to address the request within 120 days.
The process for submitting your request are outlined below.
Log in to Banner Self Service Enter your User ID and PIN.
Click on the "Employee" tab.
Click on the "Banner Properties & Standards" link in the Employee menu.
Enter your Banner ID and PIN to log into the APEX system.
Create your request by entering all information as completely as possible. Requests with incomplete or insufficient information will be delayed.
Click the "Create" button in the upper left corner of the screen when you are finished entering in the information for your request.
When you see this confirmation, your submission is complete.
The committee to be convened to address the submitted request will include representatives of the core offices, along with representatives of the requesting office and any office the associate president of IERP identifies as being potentially impacted by the request’s implementation. All requests must be formally reviewed and approved by both the associate provost for IR and the associate vice president of IERP, who will take into account the needs of the requesting office as well as the best interests of the University. Any changes to existing Banner system must undergo adequate testing. Only requests submitted as described above shall be considered.
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