The student signs the electronic SAR (ISIR) and returns it to the school. Or, the student initiates the corrections and sends the information directly to the Central Processor.
Financial Aid staff process the ISIR through Banner and create a corrections batch by making necessary data changes on the RNANAyy, RNAVRyy, RNAOVyy and/or RNARPyy forms.
The Need Analysis Logging Process moves the data from the temporary log tables to the permanent log tables.
This process extracts all types of EDE corrections and requests for ISIRs. A data, flat file is created, named: corryy_9999999.dat, where yy is the year and 9999999 is the Banner one up number.
The ISIR Corr/Request Control Report lists EDE corrections and ISIR requests that were created on a specific date.
This process delivers the correction file in the proper format to be transmitted.
This process delivers the correction file in the proper format to be transmitted. This job can be manually submitted, if the Banner jobs successfully created the ISIR Correction file, but did not transmit successfully.
The Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) is the U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid (FSA) system to offer Title IV-eligible post-secondary institutions a secure, Internet-based method of exchanging Title IV data with the FSA Application Systems. This process uses FSA’s TDClient software. The password expires every 90 days and can be changed using Banner job, WRE7002.
This process logs onto the SAIG network, transmits the ISIR Correction file, then deletes the transmitted file.
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