Faculty and Staff
What We Assit With
Each semester staff from departments are responsible for entering and updating their fall and spring course offerings. Our office can help you through this process by providing access to support materials, answering questions, and making recommendations for how SIS can better meet your enrollment needs. Faculty and staff may contact email@example.com for access to training materials, questions through the process, or if changes to courses need to made after the data entry page in SIS is closed.
The one on one course form should be used for any student who wishes to complete independent work or research with an instructor. We prefer for the department or instructor to complete this form to ensure course details accurately reflect the student's work. This form can be submitted via email to course updates or in person to Student Services.
The cross-list form should be completed each semester if a course will be crosslisted with any special topics course. The sponsoring department should complete the form and then have the non-sponsoring department complete their details before sending the form to us. This form can be submitted via email to course updates or in person to Student Services. You do not need to complete this form if the course(s) are permanently crosslisted; these relationships will automatically be set up if the course was offered in the previous like semester. If the course was not offered in the previous like semester, you should note the relationship in the "Notes to Registrar" field in SIS when setting up your courses for the semester.
Our office can help you facilitate your requests to change your curriculum and ensure the correct committees are contacted regarding the requested changes. If you have questions about changing your department curriculum or changing course descriptions you can contact Betsy via firstname.lastname@example.org. Carol Downing is a resource to advise and facilitate degree, major, and minor requirement changes, the student's advising report, and course petitions to meet specific degree requirements. Carol can be contact via email: email@example.com.
Our office will facilitate access for new faculty and staff to receive access to SIS. The faculty or staff will need to complete a SIS access form (that includes the Tufts UTLN and ID number) and return it to Student Services. The staff or instructor will be contacted once their access has been set up. If applicable, the instructor will have access to their TRUNK site the day after they receive the email indicating their SIS access has been set up. If you have any questions about TRUNK, you may contact Trunk Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office assists with the competition of records transactions like course registration, grade changes, transfer of credit, leave of absence, declaration of majors and minors, study abroad enrollment, academic policies, pre-matriculation credits, and advising changes. Most of these transactions may be completed through a form available to students, a form available to faculty or staff through SIS (found under the "Reports" menu item), or a function in SIS available to students, faculty, or staff. If you have specific questions about these processes, please contact Student Services.
Our office can provide training resources or individual training that will help you understand SIS transactions and functions better.
Please contact Student Services if you need additional assistance and we'll either provide online assistance through training documents or set up a meeting.