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					                                       University of Colorado
                         ISIS, CIW, DARS and Document Management Access

Section 1: General User Information and
Certification
Employee (Name (full name including middle initial):                         HR EmplID (required):

                                                                             ISIS OperID (if available):

Department/Org/Name/Office:              Position/Title:                     Email:

Supervisor Name:                         Supervisor Email:

New/Modified/Terminate Access:                                            Employee Type:
   New User                 Terminate Access                                  Student          Staff
   New Role(s)              Other:                                            Faculty          Contractor
What type of data are you requesting access to (i.e., student records (update or view), imaging system,
admissions, curriculum management, financial aid, etc.). Please be detailed.




For Boulder Student Records Access


The rights to access the educational records of students at the University of Colorado is granted with the
responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of student records as outlined in the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The catalogs of each campus, as well as the registrar websites, each
state the policy regarding student records at the University of Colorado. Student record access is granted
only to individuals on each of the campuses with a legitimate need to know their contents. Information
that is not considered “directory information”, or has been protected from release by individual student
request, may not be released without the written consent of the student except under the exceptions
noted in the FERPA regulations.

I understand that security dictates that I do not allow anyone to know or use my password and should I
discover that my password is known (whether used or not), I will immediately change my password.
Furthermore, I understand that should I allow another person to use my logon ID and password, all
access to these systems granted as a registered user will be immediately terminated.

User Certification: In signing this request, I certify that I have read, understand, and will abide by the UIS
Acceptable Use policy, the University Data Security and Confidentiality Requirements, and the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

It is not necessary to physically sign the form. Please fill out Section 1 and 2 only and then
forward this form to your supervisor via email. Supervisors please approve and forward via email
to Security Authorizer/Coordinator. ISISAccess.Registrar@colorado.edu
Please keep all of the information in the Email so we have a full audit trail.

        _____________________________________________________________________________
                (Signature, if not forwarding via EMail)                   (Date)
Section 2: General User Profile Information
Campus                                                   - FERPA Training Complete (see Addendum
                                                      A)?
   Downtown/AMC            Colorado Springs
   Boulder                 System                       – ISIS Introductory Training Complete (see
                                                     Addendum A)?
Special access needs (i.e., campus, school/college, extended studies, org, etc.):




Addendum A: FERPA/ISIS Training
The FERPA and ISIS courses can be found in the MyCU portal (https://my.cu.edu)
    1. Everyone must complete the Introduction to ISIS course. For instructions on how to get to this
       course, see below. The course number is #A00140 – it includes information on how to navigate
       the ISIS systems and basic information. Your completion and score will be recorded.
    2. Everyone must complete and PASS the FERPA-Web based course. FERPA, of course, is the
       Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. The course number is #U00049. Your completion
       and score will be recorded.
    3. You should review, although it is not required the CU: ISIS Campus Community course A00141.
       It will help you to better understand the area of Campus Solutions that includes:
           a. Student biographical and demographic data.
           b. Residency
           c. Positive and negative service indicators (service indicators are what we know as stops).
           d. Student Groups
           e. Etc.
    4. How do I access the above training? Please see the Help Desk Line if you have questions on any
       of the information below:
           a. Log-in to the MyCU portal (https://my.cu.edu)
           b. Use your campus username and password to access the portal.
           c. Go to the MY.TRAINING tab at the top of the page.
           d. Go to “Click here for SkillPort Quick Start Information -
                 https://www.cusys.edu/mycu/SkillSoftQuickStart.pdf , or:
           e. Go to CU Custom Curricula (or, you can use the course numbers from above in the
                 SEARCH-and-LEARN area to navigate to it faster.
           f. Go to “University of Colorado: CUSTOM COURSES”. Courses are listed as:
                       i. CU:FERPA
                      ii. CU: Introduction to ISIS
                     iii. CU: ISIS Campus Community
                     iv. NOTE: CU: Intro to Self-Service will be coming out soon. This will help you to
                          see what students will see in the MyCUInfo portal.




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