If trying to get information about a person in Banner but the UNF ID is unknown, the user can use the ID Selection to retrieve the UNF ID. The user enters the first and last names or the SSN of the person for which they are searching. The use of wildcards is allowed when specifying first and last names. A selection list of matches is displayed. The user can select the correct one which will save the selected UNF ID to be used elsewhere.
Intended Audience/Users: ITS, CIRT
The user can view current Banner data and portal roles for the individual selected. The user must enter the UNF ID in order to view the Demographic Data. The display is divided into the following sections:
This section displays certain key identifying elements recorded in the Banner database including: birth date, citizenship, gender, ethnicity, and, if your security permits, SSN. If available, the individual’s photo also appears in the upper right corner of the page.
This section provides information stored in Banner that is used in the generation of roles that are sent to the portal. If the individual has no data associated with the label, the word "No" is displayed.
Current Portal Roles
This section lists the set of roles which Banner maintains for the portal. If the individual has a role, the word “Yes” appears below the heading. To the right of the Portal label, the enrollment status for the current term is indicated by one of the following: Enrolled, Not Enrolled, or Withdrawn.
If available, the current mailing and permanent addresses and phone numbers are displayed. If the individual has a UNF email address assigned, then the actual and display email addresses are shown. If the individual has provided an additional self-reported email address, it is also shown.
If available, the individual’s primary emergency contact information is displayed.
To resend roles to the portal, click the Sync Portal button. The process may take several minutes for the portal to consume and process the update.
If a Fix Banner Access button is displayed, then Banner has disabled the individual’s self-service account. Click the button to correct this condition.
The Group Managers application is
used to grant users the ability to add members to a group in the Group
Maintenance application. Group managers will then be responsible for
maintaining the members of their assigned groups.
The Group Maintenance application
is used to manage members of various groups that cannot be identified in the
Banner system. After selecting a Group, group managers may add, remove or
update members. This application also provides the ability for a list of
ID numbers to be added to a group from a text file.
ITS, Various Departments
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