Student Self Service is provided via eVision. Using Student Self Service, students can perform many administrative tasks, including: register for the new academic year, view their personal details, view examination entries and results, produce an enrolment certificate, and produce an interim transcript. Graduate students use Student Self Service for supervision reporting.
The Oxford Colleges Online-Reports for Tutorials system supports the collection and processing of tutorial reports mainly for undergraduate, college based teaching but is also used for some taught postgraduates and by some departments. OxCORT is scheduled to be replaced in time for Michaelmas term 2020.
The Appointments element of the Examiner Appointments and Payments system is used for nominating and appointing Chairs, Examiners and Assessors for undergraduate and taught graduate degrees. From Michaelmas term 2019 the Payments element will also be available.
There are a variety of Microsoft Access databases used in central administration to support specific administrative processes. Contact the Support Centre for more information about administrative databases.
ADSS Admissions (Decision) Support System is a tool for Departments and Colleges to share candidate information across an entire subject and its joint schools. ADSS General Manual and Web View Guides. This is supported in conjunction with the Undergraduate Admissions Office and IT Services.
The Student Data Feed is provided via the Core User Directory (CUD). The Student Data Feed continues to provide student data to local IT systems across the collegiate University. Guidance for IT Officers.