The University of Colorado’s student systems and related enterprise applications have a new name. Formerly Integrated Student Information Systems (ISIS), the university’s suite of student applications is now CU Student Integrated Systems (CU-SIS).
So what is CU-SIS and why does it matter to the university?
CU-SIS is not a single application, but is really the suite of tools and applications that perform the functions related to student administration, faculty workload and course management that staff and faculty use every day. The broad range of student system offerings under CU-SIS include:
- Campus Solutions (CS), which encompasses Admissions, Campus Community, Financial Aid, Student Financials (including Nelnet) and Student Records
- Degree Audit and Transfer Credit (DATC [formerly DARS])
- Online Admissions (OAO)
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- International Student and Scholar Management (ISSM)
- Enterprise Portal (CU Resources, myCUinfo, myUCCS Portal and UCD Access)
- Document Management (DM [where touches student systems])
- Data Warehouse (where CIW and Cognos touch student systems)
Read more about each of these applications and services in the University Information Systems (UIS) service catalog.
The name change to CU-SIS is just the first step in fully integrating and communicating the enterprise student applications used across all CU campuses. Watch the portal and campus communications for more information about CU-SIS and its applications.