2 Banner, Colleague, PowerCampus, and Luminis are trademarks of Ellucian Company L.P. or its affiliates and are registered in the U.S. and other countries. Ellucian, Ellucian Advance, Ellucian Degree Works, Ellucian Course Signals, Ellucian SmartCall, and Ellucian Recruiter are trademarks of Ellucian Company L.P. or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners Ellucian Company L.P. and its affiliates. Contains confidential and proprietary information of Ellucian and its subsidiaries. Use of these materials is limited to Ellucian licensees, and is subject to the terms and conditions of one or more written license agreements between Ellucian and the licensee in question. In preparing and providing this publication, Ellucian is not rendering legal, accounting, or other similar professional services. Ellucian makes no claims that an institution's use of this publication or the software for which it is provided will guarantee compliance with applicable federal or state laws, rules, or regulations. Each organization should seek legal, accounting and other similar professional services from competent providers of the organization's own choosing. Prepared by: Ellucian 4375 Fair Lakes Court Fairfax, Virginia United States of America Revision History Publication Date Summary November 22, 2013 March 20, 2014 New version that supports PowerCampus Self-Service 8.4 software. Revised to reflect Rockford University
3 Table of Contents Introduction to PowerCampus Self-Service 1 Introduction to PowerCampus Self-Service 1 Taking a Look at the Home Page 1 Using the On-line Help 2 Logging Into Self-Service 5 Logging In 5 Signing In 5 If You Forget Your Password 5 Searching for Courses 6 Searching for Available Course Sections 6 Searching for Courses in the Course Catalog 7 Registering for Traditional Courses 9 Finding Your Course Sections 9 Choosing Individual Courses 9 Requesting Instructor Permission to Override Prerequisite 10 Verifying the List of Courses in Your Cart 10 Checking Your Class Schedule 11 Registering for the Courses in Your Cart 11 Viewing Your Class Information 13 Viewing Your Class Schedule 13 Viewing Your Grades and Transcript 15 Requesting Your Official Transcript 18 Viewing Your Financial Information 20 Viewing Your Account Balance 20 Making a Payment 21 Viewing Your Billing Statement 21 Viewing Your Financial Aid Details 22 Viewing Your Financial Aid Details 22
5 Introduction to PowerCampus Self-Service This user guide focuses on how students can use PowerCampus Self-Service to access and update their information. Using a Web browser, students can create their academic plans, register for courses, access course materials, view their grades, and more. All students will first view the PowerCampus Self-Service Home page, which can be used to access general information for all users. Depending on how your school s system is set up, the Login window at the left will either display a lock icon or User Name and Password fields. Introduction to PowerCampus Self-Service Taking a Look at the Home Page The Home Page gives you a first look at the basic design of the Web pages. Here is a description of the Web page from top to bottom: Web Page Area Links Description These links will appear at the top of every page: Select Cart to display your shopping cart, which will list any course sections you may have chosen. Select Help to display information about the current Web page. After you log in: The Log Out link will also be displayed at the top of every page. If your school is also running the PowerCampus Portal, a link to the Portal will also be displayed at the top of every page. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 1
6 Search You can search for Course Sections that are available for a specified year, term, and session, or search for courses in the Catalog. 1. Specify what you want to search, courses in the Catalog or Course Sections. 2. You have the option to enter a keyword for the course (Art, for example). If you enter a keyword, the system will list ALL courses with the specified keyword. If you do not enter a keyword, the system will prompt you to enter more information to narrow your search. 3. Select Search. After you log in, you may also be able to search for information about people who are listed in the alumni, faculty, staff, and student Directories. When you search for a name, the system will list all the people with the specified name who are listed in each of the directories for which you have access. Tabs Menu Items Options Select the tab that corresponds to the function you want to perform. For example, if you wanted to register for courses, you would choose the Register tab. Once you select a tab, the corresponding list of menu items will appear under the tabs. Once you select a menu item, the corresponding options for that menu item will appear along the left pane, and the associated Web page will appear to the right. Once students log in, they can access information that applies to them. For example, view their academic plan, financial information, grades, and so on. Using the On-line Help Using the On-line Help If you have a question about the Web page you are currently viewing, you can display the help text for that page. 1. Select the Help link at the top of the page. 2. From the Help drop-down list, select Help for this page. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 2
7 3. Review the information on the Help window. For example: 4. After reading the help text for the current page, you can either: Select in the upper-right corner of the Help window to close the window, or Select in the upper-left corner of the Help window to open the entire On-line Help System. Using the On-line Help 5. If you select, the Help window will display a table of Contents which lists How-To procedures for accomplishing many tasks. For example: PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 3
8 6. When the On-line Help System is open, you can select links in the table of Contents until you display the desired How-To procedure. For example: You can also select the Index or Search tab to find information. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 4
9 Logging Into Self-Service In order to access most of the Self-Service features, you must first identify yourself as a valid Self-Service user. Depending on how your school s system is set up, you will either need to log in with your user name and password, or follow other steps to sign in. Logging In Signing In Logging In Using the account information we ed you, please log into Self-Service. 1. In the Login window, enter your User Name. 2. Enter your Password. If You Forget Your Password, a new password will be ed to you after you correctly answer your security question. 3. Select Log In. Signing In Using your Rockford University Credentials please follow these steps to sign into Self-Service. 1. Select the Log In icon. 2. If prompted, choose the Location that was listed in the we sent you, and then select Continue to Sign In. 3. Enter your User Name. 4. Enter your Password. 5. Select Sign In. If You Forget Your Password Please contact IT or use the password reset tool at PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 5
10 Searching for Courses You can search for Course Sections that are available for a specified term, or search the Course Catalog for courses offered for a specified class level, curriculum, credit type, and so on. Searching for Available Course Sections Searching for Courses in the Course Catalog Searching for Available Course Sections You can search for the course sections that are available for a specified course and term. 1. Perform a basic or an advanced course section search. For Basic Search Follow These Steps Either: In the Search field at the top of any Web page, select Course Sections, enter a keyword (for example, Math), and select Search, or Select the Search tab and then the Section Search menu item. Then specify a Keyword, Course Code, or academic period for the courses you want to find, and select Search. Advanced Search 1. Select the Search tab. 2. Select the Section Search menu item. 3. On the Section Search page, select Advanced Search 4. Enter all the information you know about the course sections you want to find. You can enter part of the course information and use the _ wildcard to search for course sections. For example: Com would find all Composition and Computer courses. Com_101 would find the Composition 101 and Computer 101 courses. 5. Select Search. Searching for Courses Searching for Courses in the Course Catalog 2. On the Course Section Results page, view the list of courses which match your search criteria. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 6 11/22/2013
11 Course Code Add to Cart Add to Waitlist Instructor Name Select To Display the Course Search Details page with all the information about the course. When you are finished viewing the course section details, select Back to return to the Section Results page. Add the open course to your shopping cart, if it is available for registration. Add your name to the waitlist for the closed course, if it is available. Display the instructor s contact information. 3. If many course sections match your search criteria, use the drop-down lists above the list of courses to narrow down your search. Searching for Courses in the Course Catalog You can search for particular types of courses in the course catalog. 1. If you want to perform a quick search for courses in the catalog, follow these steps: From the drop-down list at the top of any page, select Catalog. Enter at least part of the course name or subject type you are looking for (like Math). Select Search. Continue with Step If you want to perform a more advanced search, follow these steps: Select the Search tab. Select the Catalog menu item. On the Course Catalog page, enter any of the following search criteria. Field Course Code Program Curriculum Subtype Description If you know the Course Code, you can search for one particular course in the catalog. Specify whether you are looking for an Undergraduate or Graduate course, for example. Specify whether you are looking for a course within a particular course of study (Accounting, Anthropology, Business Law, Fine Arts, and so on). Specify whether you are looking for a certain type of course (Independent Study, Lab, Lecture, and so on). PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 7 11/22/2013
12 Credit Type Class Level Department College Population Nontraditional Specify whether you are looking for a Credit, Non-Credit, or Continuing Education course, for example. Specify whether you are looking for a course that is available at your level (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate, and so on). Specify the academic department through which the course should be offered (Accounting, Art, Biology, Business, and so on). Specify the College you are interested in (Engineering, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and so on). Specify whether you are looking for a course that is open to a particular group of students (Day Students, Employees, Evening Students, Senior Citizens, Transfers, and so on). If you are looking for a special course, specify the type (part of an Accelerated Program, a Correspondence course, and so on). 3. Review the list of courses which match your search criteria. Select Refine Search New Search Course Code Find Course Sections To Enter additional search criteria to narrow down the list of courses. Search for a different type of course. Display more information about a course. Search for available course sections for the course. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 8 11/22/2013
13 Registering for Traditional Courses You can register for traditional courses within a specified academic period. 1. Select the Register tab. 2. Select the Traditional Courses menu item. 3. Select the Period for which you want to register. If the status for the period is OK to register, select the Period and continue with the registration process. If the status for the period is NOT OK to register, you are not authorized to register for this Period at this time. You can contact your advisor for more information. 4. Find the courses you want to take and add them to your cart. Refer to the instructions for Finding Your Course Sections. 5. Follow the instructions for Verifying the List of Courses in Your Cart. 6. See how your schedule looks. Refer to the instructions for Checking Your Class Schedule. 7. Pay for your courses. Refer to the instructions for Registering for the Courses in Your Cart. Finding Your Course Sections After you select the academic Period for which you want to register for courses, the system will check to see if Block Web Registration has been set up for that Period and your academic data. If Block Web Registration has been set up, the Block Web Registration page will appear, so you can register for groups of courses at one time. Continue with the instructions for Choosing a Group of Courses. If Block Web Registration has NOT been set up, continue with the instructions for Choosing Individual Courses. Choosing Individual Courses If the system does NOT display the Block Web Registration page after you select the Period for which you want to register for courses, follow these steps to choose your courses. 1. Select Section Search. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 9 11/22/2013
14 2. Enter your search criteria, and Search for the course sections you want to take. 3. View the list of course sections that match your criteria. If too many course sections are listed, get more specific: Select Refine Search, or Choose a specific Period, Session, Department, and so on from the dropdown lists at the top of the Section Search Results page. 4. Select the courses you want to take: For any open course section you want to take, select Add to Cart. For any closed course section you want to take, select Add to Waitlist. 5. Review the Course Added confirmation message that appears above the list of Course Section Results. 6. Continue searching for sections and adding the desired course sections to your schedule. 7. Continue the registration process by Verifying the List of Courses in Your Cart. Requesting Instructor Permission to Override Prerequisite If you do not have the prerequisite for a course, you must ask the instructor for permission to take the course, Request Permission also appears for the course. You can request permission now or when you are viewing your cart. 1. Select Request Permission. 2. On the Request Permission window, view the list of prerequisites for the course, 3. In the Comments field, specify why you want to take this course. 4. Select Send Request to send your request to the instructor. Once the instructor has evaluated your request, you will receive an response. At that time you will need to return to your cart and complete the registration process for that course. Verifying the List of Courses in Your Cart 1. After you add a course to your cart, you can choose to View Cart. 2. As necessary, update the list of courses in your cart: Add Section Select To Search for the course sections you want to add to your cart. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 10 11/22/2013
15 Remove Delete Session Empty Cart Remove a course that you no longer want to take. Remove all the courses for the specified session. Remove all the courses for the specified year an term. 3. Select View Schedule to see how your schedule looks with the course sections that are in your cart (and those for which you are already registered or are on the waitlist). 4. When you are finished viewing your schedule, select Close Window. 5. When you are ready to register for the courses in your cart for an open registration period, select Registration (or Register on the Cart page). 6. Continue the registration process by Registering for the Courses in Your Cart. Checking Your Class Schedule 1. On the Cart page, select View Schedule. 2. View your schedule with the course sections that are in your cart (and those for which you are already registered or are on the waitlist). 3. When you are finished viewing your schedule, select Close Window. Continue the registration process by Registering for the Courses in Your Cart. Registering for the Courses in Your Cart 1. Select Registration (or Register on the Cart page). 2. Select the academic Period for which you want to register. (You can only select a period for which the Status is OK to register.) 3. Review your Schedule to verify the course number, duration, session, number of credits, credit type, schedule, location, instructor, and status for each course. Select Course Number Section Search Drop Remove To Display more information about the course (registration type, fees, prerequisites, corequisites, available credit types, class size, status, and the student populations allowed to take the course. Choose another course. Drop a course, for which you have already registered, if that course is allowed to be dropped. Remove a course from your shopping cart. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 11 11/22/2013
16 View Schedule Display your class schedule with the courses on the Registered Course list and in your Shopping Cart. 4. If the course list is correct, select Next. 5. If the system was unable to register you for any of the courses, it will display messages above your shopping cart. Message There are no seats available The course is only open to... Description After you added the course to your cart, other students registered for the course and the course became full. Remove the course from your cart. If your school uses waitlists, you can re-add the course to your cart and choose to Wait for a seat to open. The course can only be taken by students who are in the specified Program, College, Department, Curriculum, Campus, and/or Class Level. Remove the course from your cart. 6. On the Finalize Registration page, review the list of courses and the current Status for each course. Registered Status Awaiting Advisor Approval Drop Request Denied Add Request Denied Description You are registered for the course. You have added the course to your schedule, but your registration in the course is still awaiting approval from your advisor. Your request to drop the registered course has been denied by your advisor. Your request to add the course has been denied by your advisor. 7. On the Complete Registration page, view your registration confirmation message. 8. Select View Schedule. You may want to print this final schedule, so you have a printout to refer to as you walk around campus. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 12 11/22/2013
17 Viewing Your Class Information From the Classes tab, you can view information about the courses on your schedule, access the Course Home Page for one of your registered courses, or display a list of your permission requests to take instructors classes. Viewing Your Class Schedule Accessing a Course Home Page Viewing Your Permission Requests Viewing Your Class Schedule You can view a schedule of the classes for which you have registered, have been put on the waitlist, or have added to your shopping cart. 1. Select the Classes tab. 2. Select the Schedule menu item. 3. Select the Student Schedule option. 4. Specify whether you want to view your schedule in a Text list or on a calendar Grid. Text Format Description The Text list displays ALL the course details, including the course title and instructor s name. Grid The Grid shows your courses on a calendar for the week, so you can clearly see when each course meeting is scheduled. For each course meeting, the grid will display the course number, building name, and room number. If you are not taking any courses on Saturday or Sunday, select Hide Weekend to remove the Saturday and Sunday columns from the grid. To view the details for ONE day, select that day of the week. For example, to view your course schedule for Wednesday, you would select Wednesday on the calendar grid. 5. Choose the time Period for the schedule you want to view. 6. Specify which courses you want to include in your schedule. Courses in your shopping Cart Waitlisted Courses Continuing Education courses with a start date or end date in the future 7. Select Submit. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 13 11/22/2013
18 8. If you are viewing your schedule in a Text list, the system will display different information for the various types of courses on your schedule: For Registered Courses The Schedule Will List Course title, instructor s name, number of credits, duration, schedule, and location A summary of the total number of registered courses and credits will also be displayed, along with your program, advisor, class level, and full- or part-time status. Waitlisted, Pending, or Holding Courses (optional) For Courses in Shopping Cart (optional) Continuing Education Courses (optional) Course title, instructor s name, number of credits, duration, schedule, location, and Instructor Permission Status (if the course has a pre-requisite of instructor permission). The Schedule Will List Course title, instructor s name, number of credits, duration, schedule, location, and Instructor Permission Status (if the course has a pre-requisite of instructor permission). Course information for a week. If the Continuing Education course varies by week, it will not be displayed on the grid. 9. To find out more information about a course, select the course title. 10.If a Course Home Page has been created for one of your registered courses, you can access it when you are viewing your schedule in a text list. Accessing a Course Home Page. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 14 11/22/2013
19 Viewing Your Grades and Transcript From the Grades tab, you can view your grade report or your unofficial transcript, or request your transcript. Viewing Your Grade Report Viewing Your Unofficial Transcript Requesting Your Transcript Viewing Your Grade Report You can display your grades for a specified year and term. 1. Select the Grades tab. 2. Select the Grade Report menu item. 3. Select the academic Period for which you want to view your grades. 4. Select Submit. 5. View your grades for the specified academic period. Session Course Name Credits Quality Points Midterm Grade Column Description The session in which you took the course. The course code and type. The course title. To view your activity grades for a course, select the Name of the course. For more details about your activity grades, refer to Viewing Your Activity Grades. The number of credits you earned for completing the course. The number of quality points you earned for completing the course. Quality points are used for calculating your Grade Point Average. If your school uses midterm grading, this column will appear with your midterm grade. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 15 11/22/2013
20 Projected Grade Final Grade Comments If you have received a grade for at least one course activity, the system can calculate the final grade you are projected to earn for the course. ALL GRADED activities will be used to calculate your projected grade for a course. No activities are dropped. The system will display your projected Score for the course and the corresponding letter Grade. Your grades for any completed Extra Credit activities will be added to your calculated grade for the required course activities. If your grades for extra credit activities are entered before your grades for required activities, your projected grade may be higher than expected until all your activity grades are entered. Your projected grade will be listed UNTIL your final grade is submitted for the course. Your final grade for the course. Select View to display any comments that your instructor may have entered about your grade. 6. View your credits, GPA, and awards: Field Description Credits Attempted The number of credits for all the courses you have taken at this school. Earned The number of credits you have earned by completing courses with passing grades. GPA Term Your Grade Point Average for the specified term. Overall Your Grade Point Average for all the courses you have completed at this school. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 16 11/22/2013
21 Viewing Your Unofficial Transcript Field Awards Term Description The number of awards you have received during the specified term. Overall The number of awards you have received while attending this school. 7. If you want to print out your grade report, follow these steps: Select Print Report. Select Print. Specify your printer options. Viewing Your Unofficial Transcript You can display your complete academic history at this school. 1. Select the Grades tab. 2. Select the Unofficial Transcript menu item. 3. View your unofficial transcript, which is sorted by academic year and term, and includes: A list of degrees you have been awarded. A list of the honors and GPAs you have earned at other schools. Your coursework, grades, and credits for each term you have attended this school. If you have repeated a course, the Grade will appear within brackets. Depending on the school s current settings, your grades may be converted to a standard grade scale that can be used to compare grades at other institutions, and displayed on your transcript as Alternate Grades. 4. If you want to print out a copy of your unofficial transcript, follow these steps: Select Print Transcript. Select Print. Specify your printer options. If you have completed your undergraduate coursework and have registered for graduate courses, a second transcript will appear after the first one. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 17
22 Requesting Your Official Transcript You can request that one or more copies of your transcript be sent to a specified person or organization. 1. Select the Grades tab. 2. Select the Request Transcript menu item. 3. Specify where you want us to send your transcript. Name of Recipient Field House Number Address Line 1, 2, 3, 4 City State/Province Postal Code Country Number of Copies Description Specify the name of the person or organization to whom you want us to send your transcript. The number that identifies the recipient s building location. Enter the first line of the recipient s address on Address Line 1. Then, as needed, use the other address lines. Specify the city in which the recipient is located. Specify the state or province in which the recipient is located. Specify the zip or postal code for the recipient s location. Specify the country in which the recipient is located. Specify the number of copies of your transcript that you need us to send to the recipient. Reason for Request 4. Select Submit Request. Specify why you need to send your transcript to the recipient. If you do not want us to process your transcript request now, also tell us when you want it sent. For example, you may want to wait until after graduation. 5. Review the list of transcript requests. 6. Take note of the Grand Total to be paid for all the transcripts you have requested. 7. Follow the appropriate steps. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 18
23 To Complete your Transaction Follow These Steps If you do not need to submit any other transcript requests, and you are ready to complete your transaction, follow these steps. 1. If on-line payment is not required and you are not ready to make a payment now, select the Bill Me Later checkbox. 2. Select Continue. If you selected Bill Me Later, the system will display a message to let you know that you will be sent a bill and an with the transaction details. If you are paying with a credit card, continue with step When the payment vendor site is accessed, log in (if required). 4. Enter your credit card information and submit your payment. Request More Transcripts 5. When the Payment Successfully Processed page appears, select Close to return to the Request Transcript page. If you need to enter another transcript request, follow these steps. 1. Select Add More Enter the information for your next transcript request. Cancel your Transcript Requests If you decide NOT to submit any of the transcript requests currently listed on the page, select Cancel Transaction. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 19
24 Viewing Your Financial Information From the Finances tab, you can choose to view your account balance and financial aid details. Viewing Your Account Balance Making a Payment Viewing Your Billing Statement Viewing Your Financial Aid Details Viewing Your Account Balance The Balance page provides an option to view details of your charges and credits for a specified period, along with a subtotal for any balance from other periods and the amount of financial aid anticipated. 1. Select the Finances tab. 2. Select the Balance menu item. 3. Choose the time Period. Select a Period to display your account balance for a specified period, or Select All to display your entire balance history. 4. Choose how much information you want to View. Detail by Charges and Credits Select This View To Display A list of the charges and credits recorded for the specified Period. If any taxes or Estimated Late Fees have been recorded, they will also be listed. Detail by Summary Type Balance Summary A list of all the transactions and the total amount recorded for each summary type. If any taxes or Estimated Late Fees have been recorded, they will also be listed. The total amounts for each summary type (for example, tuition, student fees). 5. Select Change. 6. View your balance. Viewing Your Financial Information Making a Payment PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 20
25 7. If the Make a Payment section is displayed under the Options section at the left, you can make a credit card payment toward your account balance. Select the period you want to Apply Payment To. Specify the Amount you want to charge to your credit card. Select Make a Payment. When the payment vendor site is accessed, log in (if required). Enter your credit card information and submit your payment. When the Payment Successfully Processed page appears, select Close to return to the Balance page. Making a Payment When you are viewing your account balance, you may be able to make a payment toward your account. 1. Select the Finances tab. 2. Select the Balance menu item. 3. View your balance. 4. Under the Options section at the left, locate the Make a Payment section. Note: If the Make a Payment section is not displayed, you cannot make a credit card payment toward your account balance at this time. 5. Select the period you want to Apply Payment To. 6. Specify the Amount you want to charge to your credit card. 7. Select Make a Payment. 8. When the payment vendor site is accessed, log in (if required). 9. Enter your credit card information and submit your payment. 10.When the Payment Successfully Processed page appears, select Close to return to the Balance page. Viewing Your Billing Statement You can view any of the billing statements the bursar has chosen to publish. 1. Select the Finances tab. 2. Select the Statement menu item. 3. Choose the Statement you want to display. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 21
26 Viewing Your Financial Aid Details 4. Select View. 5. Review your statement, which may include any of the following information. Charges Credits Statement Section Description A list of the expenses you have incurred, including tuition and fees. A list of the payments that have been applied to your balance, including loans and grants. Anticipated Aid Payment Plan Information A list of the financial aid amounts that we expect you to receive. If you have signed up for a payment installment plan, your payment due dates and amounts will be listed. 6. If you are ready to pay your balance, print your statement. At the top of the Web Browser window, select File. Select Print... Select the Printer to be used to print your statement. Select Print. 7. At the bottom of your statement, complete the payment form. 8. Detach the payment form from the bottom of your statement. 9. Mail the payment form to the school address listed on the form. Viewing Your Financial Aid Details You can display your financial aid details (necessary documents, packaging information, your loans, awards by academic year, and award messages). 1. Select the Finances tab. 2. Select the Financial Aid menu item. 3. Choose the financial aid award Period. 4. Select Submit to display the information. PowerCampus Self-Service Student Guide 22
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