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Course Descriptions

 


Basics 100

The Colleague Basics class offers an introduction to the Colleague System used at Columbus State for integration of business functions across campus. The basics of tool bar functions, navigation procedures and inquiry functions are illustrated and practiced during this course.

Curriculum 207

In this course, you will learn to add a new section and modify an existing section. You will learn how to apply special methods of delivery, section types, flexibly scheduled dates, section restrictions and alternative delivery methods for faculty.

Faculty Information 208

This course will teach you how to assign faculty to the courses they are teaching. We will cover all aspects of assigning instructional methods, multiple instructors and non-instructional assignments. Finally, we will show you how to view and print various reports.

Colleague CEWD Billing 211

Learn to bill for non-credit courses and services using Colleague.  You will be taught how to create organization profiles, set-up sponsorships, and generate student and section invoices.  You will also receive tips on how to troubleshoot invoicing problems.

This class is taught one-on-one and is intended only for those who work with non-credit classes.

 

Colleague CEWD Financials 212

In this course, you will learn how to generate and interpret the basic financial reports that are available in Colleague.  You will focus specifically on those reports that are most useful in tracking non-credit financial activity.  You also will be shown how to use the results obtained from these reports to fashion a financial statement.  This class is taught one-on-one and is intended only for those who work with non-credit classes.

 

Demographics Basics 101

In this course, you will be exposed to the facilities and demographic areas of Colleague’s Core module.  These areas are Facilities and Organization and Person Demographics.   Your roll in the duplicate records process will also be explained.

Demographics 201

In this course, you will learn the basics of maintaining person demographic records.  You will learn the data standards that are to be followed, as well as the correct way to make address and social security number changes.  If there are persons in the class who will also be maintaining facility and/or organization records, those functions can also be reviewed.

Demographics 301

In this course, participants will learn the must do procedures for creating records in colleague without creating duplicate records.

Purchasing 209

In this course, each participant will learn how to create and on-line requisition and track the status of their requisition. Each participant will learn what it means to "receive" their good electronically. They will also learn how to research payment history.

General Ledger 210

Participants will learn the basics of the General Ledger module.

Human Resources 206

Participants in this course will learn the basics of electronic time entry through Cougar Web for part time staff as well as the approval processes for administrators and chairpersons. They will be able to review the time history for their part time employees.

Student Financials 205

In this course, you will receive a general overview of the student financial records including financial aid, accounts receivable, cash receipts, and account restrictions. You will learn to view, open and interpret financial aid screens, utilize account inquiry screens, view and interpret refunds, restrictions, etc.

Student Records 203-A

In this course, you will learn the basics of Student Records functions in the Admissions modules.  You will learn how to view application information and the purpose of Admissions application screens.

Student Records 203-B

In this course, you will learn the basics of Student Records functions in the Records/Registration modules.  You will learn  how to view and maintain student addresses, program of study and emergency contact information.  You will learn the proper documentation needed for each function and the guidelines and compliance procedures for the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Degree Audit Reporting System & u.select 302

An overview of the DARSWeb and u.select systems intended for faculty, chairpersons/academic coordinators, advisors, and academic/student front-line service providers.

Student Registration 204

In this course, you will learn how to register a student, the documentation needed for registration, how to handle a restriction or prerequisite issue. You will also learn the guidelines and compliance procedures for the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).