BG@100 ERP CSS Training

Description of all CSS On-Line Classes

Classes are provided to Campus Solutions (CSS) users by on-line training available through MyBGSU. Offering classes in this manner allows users to proceed through the material at their own pace and users are invited to return to the course material as often as desired to review information and details.

Each class will present information on the designated topic and will also include a quiz component.  For each class, completion of the quiz with a score of 80% or higher is required prior to requesting CSS security.  The class material and quiz may be repeated as many times as the user desires.  It is also possible to stop progressing through the material as needed and to return to the same point at a future time.

The following is a listing of the currently available CSS on-line training courses.

  • Prerequisite Course
    • The four prerequisite classes are required for all users requesting CSS security access.  [ Class descriptions ]
  • General Information Course
    • The general information classes are provided to give users a better understanding of CSS.  [ Class descriptions ]
  • Function Specific Course
    • A combination of one or more of the function specific classes may be required for the associated level of security access requested by a user.  [ Class descriptions ]

  

Prerequisite Courses

Completion of the following four classes and successful completion of each associated quiz with a score of 80% or higher is required by each user requesting CSS security access.  

Enrollment Information    |    Class Access Information

  • CSS 110: Introducing Campus Solutions
    • This class provides basic information about Campus Solutions (CSS) including descriptions of Campus Solutions key components and instructions on how to navigate the system.   [  CSS 110 Tutorial Titles  ]
  • CSS 120: Understanding Academic Structure 
    • This training program details the hierarchy of the terms CSS uses to organize the components of an educational organization.   [  CSS 120 Tutorial Titles  ]
  • CSS 130: Campus Solutions: Learning the Basics
    • In this class users are introduced to CSS components, pages and types of data fields; CSS navigation; basic and advanced searches; how to set user defaults and add to favorites; and how to perform searches.   [  CSS 130 Tutorial Titles  ]
  • CSS 140: Understanding Campus Community 
    • Campus Community is used to maintain biographic and demographic data.  This class introduces participants to Campus Community while also defining the key fields used to identify individuals in CSS.   [  CSS 140 Tutorial Titles  ]

 

General Information Courses

These classes provide general information that will be useful to those using CSS, and are provided for a better understanding of CSS.  They are not a requirement for access to CSS or a prerequisite to other classes.

  • CSS 010 - Overview of BGSU’s Academic Support Units
    • The Overview of BGSU's Academic Support Units class provides a basic understanding of the Campus Solutions (CSS) modules by:
      • showing how the Admissions module supports the admissions process
      • showing how the Student Records module supports the registration and records process
      • showing how the Financial Aid module supports the financial aid process
      • showing how the Student Financial module supports fee and tuition billing
    • This class does not require enrollment and may be accessed by selecting this link.
  • CSS 020 - Course Catalog View Access
    • The Course Catalog is an inventory of all courses at BGSU.  It defines all of the rules used to enroll students.  The Course Catalog is maintained by the Office of Registration and Records.  
    • This training class is designed for those who have CSS view access to the Course Catalog and will use the Course Catalog to search for Courses and Classes.  
      • this class will provide a basic understanding of the Course Catalog
      • this class will provide users with an understanding of how to navigate through the Course Catalog components to view course and related class details
      • using the Course Catalog Search page will provide information on Units, Grading Basis, Course Components, and Description
    • This class does not require enrollment and may be accessed by selecting this link
  • SR 020 - Submitting Grades Using Faculty Self Service
    • This module is designed to demonstrate a step-by-step method for entering and posting grades using the Faculty Self Service component of CSS.
    • This course does not require enrollment and may be accessed by selecting this link.
  • SR 230 - Faculty Self-Service Access

 

 

Function Specific Courses

Prior to requesting CSS security access, users may be required to complete one or more of the following classes and associated quiz.  The classes to be completed will be dependent on each user's job duties and responsibilities.  

Admissions View Level Access

  • AD 210 - Undergraduate Application Processing View Access   
    • This class provides the user with a basic understanding of the Undergraduate Admissions System as it relates to PeopleSoft,   It provides the user with information regarding the navigation of the Student Admissions component to view the progress of an applicant's application, and provides the user with an understanding of how to identify an applicant's academic program, external test scores (ACT or SAT) and previous education data.  Enrollment Information    |     AD 210 Tutorial Titles       |    Class Access Information

 

Student Records View Level Access

  • SR 210 - Schedule of Classes View Access  
    • This class will instruct the user on how to use the Schedule of Classes to view class sections for a college or department, view the instructor for a class, view meeting patterns and times, view the topic for a variable title, view the enrollment capacity, view wait listing and capacity options for a class, view class notes, and review the classes in the system.    Enrollment Information    |     SR 210 Tutorial Titles       |    Class Access Information

     

  • SR 215 - Program Plan / Term Activation   
    • This class will cover the following topics:  (for Program/Plan) what program/plan is; how program/plan records are created; who maintains program/plan; navigation of program/plan; how to change a program; adding an additional plan; components (pages) of program/plan records including Student Program, Student Plan, Student Sub-Plan, Student Attributes and Student Degrees; and key elements of program/plan including Audit Term, Requirement Term, Expected Graduation Term, Effective Date and Program Actions.  (for Term Activation) what term activation is, term activation terminology and navigation, understanding the term activation process, and other processes that term activation affects.    Enrollment Information    |     SR 215 Tutorial Titles    |        Class Access Information

     

  • SR 220 - Student Records View Access  -

     

  • SR 231 - Advisor Self-Service Access  -
    • This class will acquaint those who advise students with the functions that are available to them through the Self Service component of Campus Solutions (CSS).  Content covers such areas as academic information, emergency contacts, enrollment appointments, unofficial transcripts, transfer credit reports, and how to remove a mandatory advising hold.  Advising staff wishing to have this access must submit a Student Records security form signed by their supervisor requesting the role BG_ADVISOR.   Enrollment Information     |     SR 231 Tutorial Titles    |    Class (UPK) Access Information

     

  • SR 235 - Service Indicators 
    • Service Indicators can be viewed using the Biographical Details page in CSS.  After completing this class, participants will have a basic understanding of how Service Indicators are added and removed from a student's record and will also be able to identify the details of the service indicators placed on a student's record.   Enrollment Information    |     SR 235 Tutorial Titles    |    Class Access Information
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Student Records Maintenance Level Access

  • SR 310 - Courses and Classes  
    • This class will be completed by those who will be maintaining the Schedule of Classes.  This class contains eight tutorials.  Each tutorial has an associated quiz for completion by the user.  Tutorial titles for this class may be referenced by selecting the SR 310 Tutorial Titles link.    Enrollment Information    |    SR 310 Tutorial Titles    |    Class (UPK) Access Information

     

  • SR 320 - Enrollment  
    • Using User Productivity Kit (UPK) users will be guided through several processes relating to enrollment.  This class should be completed by those who will be maintaining enrollment records.  This class contains seventeen short tutorials.  Each tutorial has an associated quiz for completion by the user.  The tutorial titles may be referenced by selecting the SR 320 Tutorial Titles link.  Enrollment Information    |     SR 320 Tutorial Titles     |    Class (UPK) Access Information

     

  • SR 325 - Add Advisor to a Student Record 
    • In this class approved users will learn how to add an advisor to a student.  This class should be completed by those who maintain Academic Advising.  Each tutorial has an associated quiz for completion by the user.  Tutorial titles for this class may be referenced by selecting the SR 325 Tutorial Titles link.  Enrollment Information    |     SR 325 Tutorial Titles     |   Class (UPK) Access Information

     

  • SR 335 - Service Indicators  
    • In this class users will learn how to add/remove service indicators.  This User Productivity Kit (UPK) class should be completed by those who maintain Service Indicators.  Each tutorial will have an associated quiz for completion by the user.  Tutorial titles for this class may be referenced by selecting the SR 335 Tutorial Titles link..  Enrollment Information    |     SR 335 Tutorial Titles    |    Class (UPK) Access Information
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  • SR 345 - Student Groups  
    • In this class users will learn how to manipulate students within Student Groups.  This User Productivity Kit (UPK) class should be completed by those who maintain Student Groups.  Each tutorial will have an associated quiz for completion by the user.  Tutorial titles for this class may be referenced by selecting the SR 345 Tutorial Titles link..  Enrollment Information    |     SR 345 Tutorial Titles    |    Class (UPK) Access Information
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