News and Announcements
- Aid Year 2014 has been closed. If you have any changes, additions, deletions that need to be made for Summer 2013, Fall 2013, or Spring 2013, please forward them to Sarah Doran (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will make the necessary adjustments.
Please contact your local experts if you have any issues or questions. Your local experts are:
- GSAS – Brenda Davis (4-6742)
- Curry – Brenda Kelley (2-2669)
- Engineering – Joan Wicks (4-4380)
- BIMS – Fay Miller (4-2217)
SAFM Phase 2
- Phase 2 work is continuing. ITS has started work on design and development for integration. A Phase 2.5 project plan has been drafted and is available in the References section below.
- Phase 2 (pre-integration) reporting requirements has been implemented. A new reporting reference guide has been created and is available in the references section below.
We have scheduled Phase 2 Advisory Group meetings through the end of the year to facilitate integration discussions during the development phase. Please see the schedule below.
Department Aid User Group
- For Fall 2014 Key Dates, please see the Key Dates 2014-15 document in the References section below.
Committee on Graduate and Professional Financial Aid
SAFM Phase 2 Advisory Group
The SAFM Advisory Group will begin meeting in October to discuss integration related decisions and issues during the development phase. This group will provide feedback as process and requirements questions arise.
- December 17th,TBD, 2:00 – 3:00pm
Department Aid User Group – recurring meetings on Wednesday afternoons
April 9, 2013 (Problem Statement Review and Prioritization)
October 16, 2013 (Production Issues Notes)
Access to SIS Departmental Aid pages and SAFM require specific training. Please visit the Departmental Aid Toolkit for training requirements and enrollment information.
Requests for SIS responsibilities (including SAFM access) are made by you or your supervisor and submitted via the Electronic Self-Help Access Request Process (ESharp). To begin the access process, go to ESharp.
Phase 2 Documents
Department Aid Quick Guides:
SAFM Quick Guides
Your first point of contact for departmental aid awarding questions and issues is your SIS Local Expert. "Local Experts" are located throughout the University schools and departments. As needed, they will forward your question or issue to ISDS/SIS or Student Financial Services (SFS). If the answer or resolution is of value to the rest of the users in your school or department, your local expert will disseminate the information.
If your Local Expert cannot assist you, contact the help desk by emailing email@example.com. Enter "Departmental Aid Question" in the subject line of your email and cc: Sarah Doran (firstname.lastname@example.org), Meg Harris (email@example.com).