|Feb 2014||What-if function is now available|
|A new What-if Function is now available to 4Y undergraduate students. This is an online tool to determine how changes to students’ major or minor programs would affect their course of study. New reference materials (i.e. PPT of “How can students use What-if Report” and PDF of “Introduction to What-if function”) are available in the SIS website (click here).|
|Oct 2013||Batch Upload Student Advisor Enhancement|
|A new enhancement on upload student advisor is now available to replace the upload advisor using “Excel to CI”. Major enhancement features include enabling users to identify advisor by UST email address instead of Staff ID, and correction of upload within the same day. New reference materials and templates are also available (click here).
The Excel to CI function will be disabled from November 2013.
|Sep 2013||Course Typically Offered Term|
|New information about the term(s) UG courses be typically offered is now available in SIS (in particular, in course catalogue and academic advisement reports). The information may be useful for students in planning for their studies.|
|Aug 2013||A new series of SIS Introduction Training for New Students|
|7 sessions of SIS introduction training have been arranged for new students.|
|Apr 2013||System Maintenance|
|Unofficial transcripts generated by users will be periodically purged, normally in April and November each year. If a particular snapshot of the unofficial transcript is required, please save a hard copy of it before it is purged.|
|Jan 2013||4-Year Academic Program / Plan Descriptions|
|In order to efficiently differentiate 3-Year and 4-Year programs, a suffix of "4Y" is appended in the description fields of all 4-Year programs. Please also note that "4Y" denotes the new 4-Year undergraduate curriculum commenced in 2012 and not essentially equals to the duration of studies. Description fields of existing 3-Year programs are not changed in order to minimize the impact to these continuing students.|
|Nov 2012||Updated Advisement Reports|
|The updated advisement reports of all students are now available in their Student Center. New reference materials (i.e. Introduction to Advisement Report and Sample Advisement Reports) are also available in the SIS website (click here).|
|Student Information System (SIS)|
|SIS was developed according to the information system strategy adopted by the University in 2007, in response to the anticipated challenges due to the newly established 4-year undergraduate programs starting in 2012.
SIS is a core package together with some peripheral systems that offers a range of functions, which enables students and relevant staff or faculty members to keep and view academic records, look up and update personal particulars, enroll classes, check class / examination timetable, browse financial information with the University and the advisement report showing the academic progress, and so on.