Heartland Region 2017

Heartland Region PowerCAMPUS Users Conference
June 14-15, 2017
At College of Saint Mary in Omaha, Nebraska

Schedule: A more detailed agenda will be posted once presentation requests have been confirmed.
June 14: 9am-6pm
June 15: 9am-12:30pm

Registration: $50 for attendees, fee waived for presenters

Registration includes lunch and dinner on Wednesday, lunch on Thursday
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Here is the list of sessions proposals we currently have:
If you are interested in presenting please sign up above.

Behind the scenes custom automation Discuss and share what process users are automating.  First the group will share areas of PowerCampus that they have automated or would like to automate.  I will then share some of the technical details of areas that we have automated.  Some of these areas include nightly fee assessment, automatic stop lists and importing faculty data from HR system.  If time permits we will then discuss approaches to automate the areas that the group would like to automate at their college.
Custom Integrations with PowerCampus We have multiple custom integrations that we have setup to either import or export data from or to other systems.  I will be presenting a technical overview of these integrations.  Some of the custom integrations include GP (HR/Finance), PowerFaids (Finacial Aid), Blackboard (LMS), Nebraska Books (Book store), Academic Works (Scholarship management) and curriculum on our website.
Using Codes to Organize Student Records PowerCAMPUS codes are more than just a secret language used by IT folks.  Codes can communicate a whole novel if necessary or clues to follow on a treasure hunt.  Northwest University continues to develop a variety of programs to fuel enrollment needs.  These programs run the range from a traditional semester calendar to complex calendars that overlap everything. This session will show examples of how the Registrar’s Office defines, creates, and even reevaluate academic codes in order to support current and future programs at their institution.

CSM staff are considering presenting the following:

  • Alumnae Engagement scoring – ADR
  • New MyCSM (Ellucian Portal)
  • SelfService roles and access
  • SFA process
  • PowerUP
  • Academic Plan
  • Early Alerts
  • PowerFAIDS/Financial Aid
  • CSM’s Ellucian Health Check
  • Data Analysis using Power Query and PowerPivot
  • Using PowerUP to import Inquiries and Applicants

There will also be roundtable sessions on the following:

  • Academic Records
  • Advancement
  • Financial Services
  • Enrollment

 

Hotel Reservations: A block of rooms has been reserved at the following three hotels.  Rooms must be booked by 5/2/17 to receive the quoted rate.

Hampton Inn
402-933-5510
$129.00 per night (rooms are doubles – two queen beds) – Breakfast (Rate quoted does not include 18.16% local taxes)
Code: College of Saint Mary (CSM) Group

Aksarben Suites
402-397-5141
$65.00 per night (rooms are doubles – two queen beds) – Breakfast may not be available as reopening on May 1 (Rate quoted does not include 18.16% local taxes)
Code: College of Saint Mary (CSM) Group

Marriott Courtyard Aksarben Village
402-951-4300
$129.00 per night (rooms are doubles – two queen beds) – Breakfast (Rate quoted does not include 18.16% local taxes)
Code: CSM Power Campus Group
Book your reservation for the Marriott Courtyard

 

(If you are interested in attending, please send ideas for session topics to Vicki Hoskovec at VHoskovec@csm.edu .)

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