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Banner Student Module

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Description

 Banner Student - Banner Functions in INB: Scholastic Action, Overloads, Changing an Advisor

   This training session is for deans, department heads, and administrative assistants who perform the following tasks: changing of scholastic action, granting an overload, and changing an advisor. In addition to the procedure for each topic, we will also discuss the related policy. Training will cover these major topics along with review of other related tasks upon request and based on availability of time.


 Banner Student - Banner Student Module for Faculty and Advisors Hands-On Training

   This session provides hands-on training of the student and faculty module for faculty and advisors who utilize the Faculty/Advisor Resource Center (F/ARC) extensively. It is recommended for individuals who performs functions such as reviewing test/placement scores, transfer credit, transcripts, advising notes, and advisee lists. It is also recommended for faculty and advisors who meet with transfer students and review transfer credit evaluations. This session will cover both Self Service Banner (SSB) and basic navigation skills for Internet Native Banner (INB). Individuals who review transfer credit and determine course reevaluations will learn to navigate SHATRNS, which is a particular form accessed via INB. Registration functions will also be discussed in this session. The setting will provide hands-on training in a computer lab environment.


 Banner Student - Class Schedule Building Lab for Deans and Department Representatives

   This session is open to deans and departmental representatives who have an interest in class schedule building. If you currently use CRSE to schedule classes, you will need to attend this session. Those who have already attended a class schedule building training session may use these dates as open lab time (i.e. to finish adding sections to the fall 2009 schedule or to ask questions). If you have not been assigned your user account to the new system, you will receive it at this session. Photo ID is required: No user accounts will be issued without a photo ID.


 Banner Student - Class Schedule Building Open Lab

   This is an open lab time for class schedule building assistance in both CRSE and Banner systems. This session is open to those who have class schedule building responsibilities who need additional assistance or who were not able to attend a previous Introduction to Scheduling Classes session.


 Banner Student - Class Schedule Building Open Lab for Arts and Letters, COBA, or the College of Education

   Prerequisite: Introduction to Scheduling Classes. This is an open lab time for class schedule building assistance in both CRSE and Banner systems. This session is open to any one from Arts and Letters, COBA, or the College of Education who has class schedule building responsibilities.


 Banner Student - Class Schedule Building Open Lab Spring 2010

   Open lab sessions for departmental administrative assistants and department heads. Hands-on time to build Spring 2010 class schedule with assistance from the Office of the Registrar.


 Banner Student - CNAS Intro to Scheduling Classes/Building

   This session is open to departmental representatives within the College of Natural and Applied Sciences who have class schedule building responsibilities. If you currently use CRSE to schedule classes, you will need to attend this session. If you have not been assigned your user account to the new system, you will receive it at this session. Photo ID is required: No user accounts will be issued without a photo ID.


 Banner Student - General Navigation for Application Processing

   This session is a brief introduction to general fundamentals and navigation in Banner. It is specifically targeted to admissions employees who will later be taking training courses on application processing.


 Banner Student - Introduction to Banner Student Module for Faculty and Staff

   This session provides a general overview of the Banner Student Module, which is scheduled to go live on April 6, 2009. Content of the overview will include but not be limited to Self Service Banner registration for classes, student records, faculty and advisor tools, and the application for admission. All staff and faculty members who in the past have utilized Faculty/Advisor Resource Center (F/ARC) and Phoenix (Legacy) applications would benefit by attending. The setting will be a large group with a live demo of the new system and features.


 Banner Student - Introduction to Class Schedule Building

   Building semester class schedules in Banner, for beginners. Introduction, hands-on practice, and assistance with bulding classes will be provided.


 Banner Student - Review of Departmental Functions in INB

   This session will serve as a review for functions performed through Internet Native Banner (INB) by deans, department heads, and secretaries. Functions include granting registration overrides, overload permissions, exceeding the limits of repeatable courses, obtaining a class list on behalf of a faculty member, updating the class schedule (e.g. close levels, comments, etc.). Administrators will be provided with reference materials (step-by-step instructions) regarding these functions by the end of February. Hence, this session is optional to attend. Those who do attend can plan to spend the first half of the session receiving information in a structured format; the second half of the session will be an open-lab type of experience (to receive any additional training as needed and to obtain answers to questions related specifically to your department).




Nondiscrimination Statement

Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity institution.

Accommodation of Disabled Patrons
Faculty or staff members with disabilities which may require special accommodations are encouraged to contact the Office of Equal Opportunity, Carrington Hall 128, (417) 836-4252 or TDD (417) 836-6974. 

Students with disabilities which may require special accommodations are encouraged to contact the Disability Support Services Office, New Hall 108, (417) 836-4192 or TDD (417) 836-6792.