Beginning this March, the Banner system interface will be upgraded, in phases, over the next two years.
“Banner is the most heavily-used system on campus by staff, faculty and students for a wide array of administrative functions,” said Patrick Versace, assistant vice chancellor of enterprise applications for information technology. “Fourteen of the 17 campuses in the UNC system use its platform.”
The first phase affects Banner INB (Internet Native Banner), not Banner Self Service. Customers will enjoy a greatly improved, user-friendly interface which is not java or browser dependent!
Go-live dates for the Banner INB upgrade are organized by module:
|Module Groups||Go Live Date||Training Dates|
|Finance, HR and AR||March 13||Now - Feb. 15|
|Advancement/Alumni||March 27||See training schedule|
|Student and Financial Aid||TBA soon||TBA soon|
As each date approaches, ITS is reaching out each module group, offering training dates in preparation of the new interface. Training information and registration is found here.
The second phase of the upgrade will focus on Banner Self Service; anticipated timeframes and other information will be provided as available. In the meantime, feel free to contact Diane Bizzell, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Patrick Versace, Patrick.Versace@uncc.edu, for any questions.