This procedure describes the process an employee or supervisor is to take when requesting access. In general, access to the College's administrative system is restricted. It also describes the appeal process should a request be denied.
The College identifies the following staff as data custodians for information stored in Banner, the institutional administrative system:
Student Module, Dawn Whiting
Financial Aid Module, Matt Fadich
Director, Financial Aid
Employee Module, Shane Turner
Executive Director of Human Resources
Financial Module, Greg Holmes
Technical Access, Dr. Richard K. Plott
Chief Information Officer
Aggregate Reporting, Dr. Richard Plott
Director, Institutional Research
The employee and/or the employee's supervisor may request access by emailing the appropriate data custodian. Responses will happen within 10 business days.
For access to the Finance and/or HR Module, please complete the New Employee Banner Finance and/or HR Access Request eform.
- New Employee Banner Finance and/or HR Access Request eform
- Student Module - Banner Student System Access Request eform
Change in Access Request:
The data custodian will:
- Evaluate the data access request;
- Approve or deny the request;
- Inform the requester of the access decision;
- Ensure that appropriate training occurs and that the employee reaches adequate levels of competency; and
- Initiate the access implementation process.
Because most college data is confidential, data custodians will always consider "need to know" when evaluating access requests.
Access Denial Appeal
If a data custodian denies the access request, the staff member or supervisor requesting access may appeal the decision, in writing, to the supervisor of the data custodian. The appeal must be submitted within 10 working days of the date of the denial and should include a copy of the notification that the request was denied, and a written statement of why the decision deserves reconsideration. The data custodian's supervisor may request additional information from the data custodian. Decisions resulting from this appeal process are final.