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Birth Name of anyone whose legal name is different 
CS-CC/HR 
Approved 
Postal address to which correspondence should be sent. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Fees assessed to every enrolled student. Mandatory fees are made up of student activity fees, student government fees, technology fees, the NDSA fee, and ConnectND fee. 
CS-SF 
New 
The legal marital status of the student. This is self-reported 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Being married or unmarried. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Student’s self-reported Marital Status on FAFSA(Note: These values changed for 2011; in prior years "1" = single, divorced or widowed and there was not a "4" value.) 
CS-FA 
Approved 
Set up to indicate how need is adjusted or reduced when the an award is made from this financial aid item type. Financial Aid maintains an unmet need balance (COA minus EFC minus aid awarded) and an unmet COA balance (COA minus aid awarded). 
CS-FA 
Approved 
Employee or student's middle name 
CS/HRMS 
Approved 
This is a tuition reduction program offered to states participating in the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC). Not all MHEC states participate in MSEP, which is the discounted tuition rate program. States currently participating in MSEP with North Dakota include Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin. In order to receive this residency coding and corresponding tuition rate, the student 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 MSEP states, code the student as MHEC.
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 MSEP states, the student should be coded as MHEC. For example, the student graduated from Sparta (WI) High School, is attending the University of Nebraska-Omaha and would like to transfer to NDSU. His parents address is Sparta, WI. Therefore the student should be coded as MHEC.
Note: Only certain graduate programs participate in MSEP. Only Grad students from an MSEP state, enrolled in the specific programs should be coded as MHEC. Otherwise, the Grad students from the MSEP states should be coded as Non-Resident. Please refer to the MSEP website for a current listing of participating programs: http://www.mhec.org/MidwestStudentExchangeProgram. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Midwest Higher Education Compact 
CS-SF 
New 
Military service type is current. Status relates to the Federal Veterans Services Employment Reporting requirements 
CS-CC/HRMS 
Approved 
Military status is current. Status relates to the Federal Veterans Services Employment Reporting requirements 
HRMS 
Approved 
The residency type Minnesota Professional (MNPRO) is used for Professional programs that are not covered by Minnesota Reciprocity. Those programs include Medicine, Law, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Pharmacy (PharmD). While it is available for use at all campuses, the programs approved for use are located only at NDSU and UND. This residency coding provides the student the reduced tuition rate without expectation of the appropriate reimbursement from the State of Minnesota.  
CS-CC 
New 
Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Minnesota Professional 
CS-SF 
New 
This residency category includes students approved by the state of Minnesota to be charged the reduced tuition rate. 1. Undergraduate students who fall under the circumstances listed below (items a.i-iii) must apply for Minnesota reciprocity at the State of Minnesota’s website: http://www.getreadyforcollege.org/hesod/reciprocity/apply1.cfm. a. Until a campus receives verification that an Undergraduate student is approved for reciprocity, the student should be coded as MHEC. Once the verification is received, the coding may be updated to Minnesota Reciprocity. i. Student coming to your school as a transfer student – even if from another NDUS institution ii. Student who graduated from a home school iii. Student who earned a GED 2. Graduate students from Minnesota must apply to the State of Minnesota for reciprocity at the same website as above. a. Until a campus receives verification that a Graduate student is approved for reciprocity, the student should be coded as Non-Resident. Once the verification is received, the coding may be updated to Minnesota Reciprocity. 3. Undergraduate students who attended your institution as Minnesota Reciprocity, but stopped out within the same academic year must reapply for reciprocity through the website. Until your campus receives verification that they are approved for reciprocity, the student should be coded as MHEC. Once the verification is received, the coding may be updated to Minnesota Reciprocity. a. Note: this is more conservative than the description that is quoted in the MOU with the State of Minnesota. The MOU states that the student should reapply for reciprocity if “the student should not attend the institution for which he or she is approved for a 365-day period.” It is recommended that students who stop out for just one term be advised to reapply for Reciprocity and be coded as MHEC in the meantime. 4. Any undergraduate student who graduated from a Minnesota High School (public or private) and is attending an NDUS institution within one year of high school graduation (Summer Session, Fall Semester, Spring Semester) may be coded as a Minnesota Reciprocity. These students are submitted to and approved by Minnesota through the paperless application process as long as they HAVE NOT attended another institution of higher education since they graduated from high school. a. In order to be considered approved by the State of Minnesota, the student must have: i. A valid National ID in Campus Solutions (SSN, not all X’s) and; ii. An appropriate graduation date from a Minnesota high school recorded on their application for admission in Campus Solutions. 5. A report of Collaborative students coded as Minnesota Reciprocity at the Home School will be included in the data file sent to the State of Minnesota at the end of every semester. This file will include the Provider campus(es) at which the student is enrolled. Minnesota State Higher Ed Office personnel agreed to extend the Home campus status to the provider campus(es). As a result, Collaborative students do not need to apply for Minnesota Reciprocity through the provider campus and can be coded as “Minnesota Reciprocity” when the collaborative application is processed. 
CS-CC 
Approved 
Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Minnesota Reciprocity. 
CS-SF 
New 
Any miscellaneous charge not covered under a separate node range, billed to students, non-students, and external orgs 
CS-SF 
New 
This is the compensation an employee receives and the rate at which it’s given. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Name of mother or female legal guardian 
CS-CC 
Approved 
This field indicates the school codes being serviced by the destination point that will receive this ISIR transaction and identify which school originated the transaction. The appropriate ETI flag will be listed in your school codes position. If the first byte of this field has a 1, then the federal school code listed in Federal School Code #1 did not generate transaction and is an ISIR Daily school. In addition, if the second byte of this field has a 0, then Federal School Code #2 generated transaction and is an ISIR Daily school. The field may be blank. 
CS-FA 
Approved