Resources for Student Success staff
We have many resources designed to help our employees be as efficient with their time and resources as we can.
If you have any questions regarding Student Affairs or university policies and procedures, please feel free to contact our office.
Time off during critical department time | Please note that no Student Success employee may schedule vacation days or professional days during critical times of work for the division. This would include, but is not totally inclusive of, the week before fall and spring semesters begin. As different units may establish different parameters related to critical time periods, staff should consult with their department director.
The Division of Student Success supports professional development.
To promote this focus, all employees are encouraged to be involved in professional societies. This involvement provides our employees with opportunities to network and gain expertise and knowledge that enhance employee professional development.
Travel requests are prioritized based on the following:
- The employee holds a leadership position within the professional organization.
- The employee is presenting at the conference.
- The employee has a need for a specific training or information in a given area that cannot be obtained at the University.
- The employee is a participant in the conference planning committee/staff.
- Grant-sponsored travel.
Travel training PowerPoint: Division travel training
Travel authorization form
See an example of a completed Travel Authorization Form with documentation.
University travel rules
Travel expense report:
- Rental car: National Car Rental & Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- Travel agencies used: Roy's Stow Travel and Chima Travel
VISA Procurement cards
Reviewing your budget statement
The University uses PeopleSoft for budgeting, financial and human resource functions. Training is provided by University Training Services. Monthly review of department budget statements is required by all Student Success offices to ensure that the information is accurate.
Contact the Office of Resource Analysis & Budget for assistance with reviewing and interpreting budget statements.