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Request For Access to Student Information System (SIS)

To be completed by supervisor!

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Please Keep a copy for your records.

Allow 4-6 days for the account to be created. The employee will receive an e-mail notification when the account is ready. You will be copied in this notification email.

Subsequent access requests via e-mail or telephone to add, change, or delete security for the user are binding upon the initial SIS Access and Compliance form on file with the Registrar's Office. E-mail or telephone requests are subject to verification before processing such requests. for your records, please retain a copy of any e-mail correspondence or make note of telephone conversations regarding updates to security access

The new employee will need to attend a brief orientation at which s/he will sign an SIS Access and Compliance statement. This must be done before the new employee accesses the SIS. The orientation will be scheduled as soon as possible after the account is created. 

SUPERVISOR: Please read the UW Oshkosh SIS Access and Compliance Statement to understand your responsibility. Your employee will be given a copy of this for to sign at the orientation.

UW Oshkosh SIS Access and Compliance Statement

PURPOSE: By submitting this form and requesting accounts to the SIS for an employee, you certify that as their supervisor, you will instruct thes employee regarding the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and state and university regulations and policies that apply to the proper use of educational record data and related security measures.The security measures serve four general purposes:

  • To secure critical data from accidental or intentional abuse.

  • To protect the privacy of the University’s students with respect to their electronic academic records and SIS data.

  • To provide access to enable an authorized University official/employee to perform the general and specific job duties outlined in his/her position description.

  • To maintain satisfactory computing system operation for the benefit of all users.

RESPONSIBILITY: As their employer, you will be aware and make certain that employees using these accounts realize that the granting of access to SIS carries with it implicit responsibilities that:

  • They will store under secure conditions all data that they obtain from on-line panels, data warehouse or extracted datasets, including printed data as well as on-line transmission of data (email, fax, etc.).

  • They will be a responsible user of data, whether it is data relating to their work unit or another unit. This is especially important given the shared environment of SIS.

  • They will make every reasonable effort to interpret data accurately and in a professional manner.

  • They will log off SIS when not using it.

  • They will not share their password(s) or others’ passwords or attempt to know others’ passwords.

  • They will access only that information they need to perform their job at the University. This means no casual browsing of data.

  • They will make every reasonable effort to maintain privacy of the data. This includes knowing what constitutes personally identifiable and confidential information, and what constitutes “directory” or public information and observing the student’s right to withhold this information.

  • Whenever personally identifiable student information is requested, if you(as the supervisor) or the employee is not certain of the requestor’s “legitimate educational right and need to know” or the student’s desire to withhold information, you or the employee will refer that request to the Registrar’s Office (Dempsey 130) or Student Affairs (Dempsey 148). Examples: a student’s advisor requesting the student’s GPA has a legitimate educational right and need to know; the chairperson of a social club to which the student belongs and who makes the same request does not have a legitimate educational right and need to know.