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HOW TO GET BANNER ACCESS TO VIEW GRADUATE ADMISSION DATA IN BANNER Please use the following link to access the FERPA Tutorial and the Banner Access form here (the form is
 

Summary: HOW TO GET BANNER ACCESS TO VIEW GRADUATE ADMISSION DATA IN BANNER

Please use the following link to access the FERPA Tutorial and the Banner Access form here (the form is
available after the tutorial is completed): http://sis.usf.edu/oasis-staff/request-access
After reading the FERPA tutorial you will be directed to register to take a 5question quiz. When you reach this
screen click on the red "Register" and provide the information requested (username, password, & email address).
Once this has been completed use this information to "register" for the quiz: fill in the username and password
you created on the "quizshock" form and select the "FERPA" quiz in the "Quiz" column of the form. This will take
you to the quiz. You need to get 4 of the 5 questions correct to pass and obtain the Banner access form.

When you pass the quiz, an email will be sent to you with a link to the "Request for OASIS (BANNER) Access" form.
It will look like this. Click on the "access form" link.

The following pdf form will open. Fill out sections 1 and 2. Sign it yourself in section 2 and have your accountable
officer/supervisor sign it in section 1. Then fax or scan/email it to the Asst. Director of Admissions, Francisco Vera
at fvera@grad.usf.edu. He will give you "read" access for the graduate admissions records in Banner, and you will
be able to see the data & documents we have on file for your applicants. Also follow the instructions in item 2 on
the email message to set up a training record by sending the following information to the Talent Management
office (odt@admin.usf.edu): first name, last name, GEMS ID, phone, department, email address.

  

Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida

 

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