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Used by employees to identify their campus address. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
The number listed is the Common NAID from the Legacy System. This provided the link between the legacy system and Campus Solutions to facilitate information flow between the two systems. This field now is used to record other information about the record including the various methods of record creation 
CS-CC 
Approved 
For spring and fall semesters, a historical snapshot of NDUS enrollment data as of the end of the 20th scheduled day of term (SBHE Policy 440). For summer term, historical snapshot of NDUS data as of the last scheduled day of the term. 
 
New 
An institutionally developed examination that enables a student to earn credit for a course through testing rather than regular course enrollment. 
 
New 
This is the amount or percent to which an employee has an increase or decrease in salary. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Chartfields are general ledger fields including Account, Department, Fund, Project/Grant, and Program Code. These chartfields are combined to create combination codes.  
HRMS 
Approved 
Student communication which allows multiple variables for student processing to do items. Items within a list are variable by department and institution 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Charges related to childcare for students and non-students 
CS-SF 
New 
Classification of Instructional Program codes are Federal codes used to support the accurate tracking, assessment, and reporting of post-secondary fields of study and program completion activity. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
 
CS-CC/HR 
Approved 
The student's current citizenship country. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
This record provides a student's current citizenship status in the United States. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
(NOT A FIELD) A specific offering of a course (i.e., Math 110 from 9:00 – 9:50 M-W-F in McFarland 101) 
CS-SR 
New 
An indicator of whether the class section is open or closed for enrollment 
CS-SR 
New 
A fee to cover added and unique costs specifically related to a particular class. A class is a particular instance of a course.  
CS-SF 
New 
The Class Field is used as a unique identifier for combination codes. It is the five character business unit. This is pulling from the SETID field in Financials which is the same five character code. 
HRMS 
Approved 
See Academic Level/Classification 
CS-SR 
New 
An unique number assigned to each section of a class offerred in a particular term and used for student registration. This number is located in the institution's Schedule of Classes. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
See Enrollment Requirement Group 
CS-SR 
New 
A sub-section of a course within a term as offered by a campus for enrollment purposes  
CS-SR 
New 
A value which serves as a control for enrollment in a section  
CS-SR 
New 
An enrollment control which allows grouping 
CS-SR 
New 
Charges related to Continuing Education/Professional Development/Workshops 
CS-SF 
New 
A grouping of students used in IPEDS reporting. Each cohort, there are currently six of them, are created at 20th day census for the fall semester. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
The fall semester a student enters the institution. The cohort year is created the 20th day census for the fall semester.  
CS-SR 
Approved 
(NOT A FIELD)A fully admitted student in good academic standing at the home institution who is taking an approved course with a provider institution, according to NDUS Procedure 404.0  
CS-CC 
Approved 
The end of the 2nd business day after the 100% drop date of the regular session. 
 
New 
Tuition and fees associated with collaborative courses at the provider institution, which are billed to the student by the home institution. 
 
New 
Students who have requested collaborative status and have been approved will be entered on this page. Only students entered will be reported as Collaborative students. 
 
New 
(NOT A FIELD)An NDUS report that provides information to both the home and provider institution listing the collaborative students at their institution.  
CS-CC 
Approved 
Student is dropping all courses at the provider institution but keeping courses at the home institution or dropping all courses at the home institution but keeping courses at the provider institution. This will be indicated with a “Retroactive” on the “Withdrawal Cancel Reason” and “Collaborative Withdrawal Adjustment Code” on the “Override Withdrawal Schedule”. 
 
New 
Tuition used to post provider campus tuition charges to student's home campus account 
CS-SF 
New 
Payments from collection agencies posted to student, non-student, and external org accounts 
CS-SF 
New 
A Combination Codes (formerly known as Account Code) is used to point to a combination of field values that represent a unique accounting string. 
HRMS 
Approved 
The company describes the institutions within PeopleSoft that make up each entity. Each company has a separate TIN (taxpayer identification number) issued by the IRS. 
HRMS 
Approved 
This is the amount or rate an employee is paid. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Functions of a course section 
CS-SR 
New 
The date a student has completed a degree or certificate. This date is tied to a completion term.  
CS-SR 
Approved 
Montana, South Dakota, Manitoba and Saskatchewan are states/provinces that border North Dakota. Because of this close relationship, students from those states/provinces are eligible for a reduced tuition rate, per SBHE Policy 805.1(3)(a). In order to receive this residency coding and corresponding tuition rate, they must meet one of the following guidelines: 1. If the student’s only address on the application for admission is located in one of the qualifying state/provinces, code the student as Contiguous. 2. If the student has a mailing address not in one of the qualifying states because they are attending and residing at a college/university, but the student’s parent’s address is in one of the border state/province, the student should be coded as Contiguous. a. For example, the student graduated from Vermillion (SD) High School, is attending the University of Nebraska-Omaha and would like to transfer to NDSU. His parents address is Vermillion, SD. Therefore the student should be coded as Contiguous. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Contiguous. 
CS-SF 
New 
Item type node used to post charges to PeopleSoft that were converted from Legacy 
CS-SF 
New 
Cooperative education is an extended form of internship, where the student alternates periods at a work experience site with periods of classroom learning. Cooperative education experiences result in the award of course credits, and frequently are paid. Cooperative education will adhere to HLC requirements for formal agreements and clear learning objectives. Usually 45-60 hours of cooperative education will be equivalent to one credit hour. Cooperative education should also adhere to NACE guidelines. 
CS-SR 
New 
A record of all transactions relating to a particular organization. The account is organized by account type and term.  
CS-SF 
New 
IPEDS/CEDS definition. The total estimated amount it will cost a student to go to school -- usually expressed as a yearly figure. The COA includes tuition and fees; on-campus room and board (or a housing and food allowance for off-campus students); and allowances for books, supplies, transportation, loan fees, and, if applicable, dependent care. It also includes miscellaneous and personal expenses, including an allowance for the rental or purchase of a personal computer. Costs related to a disability also are covered. 
CS-FA 
New 
This is the number of companies defined in PeopleSoft. 
HRMS 
Approved 
(NOT A FIELD) A unit to teaching & learning of a specified length (e.g., a semester) with specified outcomes, taught by one or more instructors, for which a student earns a grade or academic credit. Examples of courses are Biology 120 – College Biology or Math 103 – College Algebra) 
CS-SR 
New 
See Units - Class 
CS-SR 
Approved 
The catalog description of the course 
CS-SR 
New 
A fee to cover added and unique costs specifically related to a particular course. Such fees may include, but are not limited to, laboratory fees, welding fees, data processing fees, fees for required periodicals, tests or liability insurance. 
CS-SF 
New 
A unique number assigned to a course in the course catalog. 
CS-SR 
New 
Catalog Number that most often depicts the level of a course as in 100, 200, 300, 400, etc. assigned according to grade level curriculum. May be a prerequisite to a higher level course. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
The title given to a course with an assigned subject and course number. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
A credit applied to a student or corporate account to reduce specific charges. Credits are set up as payments in PeopleSoft. 
CS-SF 
New 
(NOT A FIELD) An indication that the student is enrolled in an instructional activity (course or program) that results in credit(s) that can be applied by the recipient toward the requirements for a degree, diploma, certificate or other formal award. 
CS-SR 
New 
See Units  
CS-SR 
Approved 
Placeholder credits recorded on the student's FA Term at the home institution to account for credits taken at another institution in the same term; used to determine FA load.  
CS-FA 
Approved 
Currency describes the type of money used per setid. 
HRMS 
Approved 
A record of all transactions relating to a particular student. The account is organized by account type and term. 
CS-SF 
New