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See Confer Date 
CS-SR 
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A level of academic performance measured by grade point average per term    
CS-SR 
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See Distance Learning Access Fees 
CS-SF 
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A transaction that is flagged to be sent to the general ledger. 
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that holds all the account information for a student as displayed on the Customer Accounts page. 
CS-SF 
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A further description of the enrollment action. The campuses create their own action reasons. 
CS-SR 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Alumni Dependent. 
CS-SF 
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A fee charged to all students applying to an institution at either the undergraduate or graduate level or to a professional program.  
CS-SF 
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Five application types that are defined in Campus Solutions.  
CS 
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Degree credit activities for which other, typically non-college course or training content has been evaluated and deemed equivalent to specific courses at the institution. Specific course equivalents are detailed in a corresponding articulation agreement prior to the non-college course or training. 
 
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Attendance or participation in a class for educational or self-enhancement purposes without receiving credits toward a degree. 
 
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Charges related to aviation flight costs - including aircraft rental, instructor time, aviation supply purchases, aviation exam fees, etc. - for students 
CS-SF 
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Charges related to bank fees, NSF/returned check/echeck charges, and currency exchange for students and non-students 
CS-SF 
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The date for which a bill is generated for a student or organization 
CS-SF 
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Date of Birth  
CS-AR 
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All charges related to bookstore purchases for students and non-students ... 
CS-SF 
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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. 
 
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An institutionally developed examination that enables a student to earn credit for a course through testing rather than regular course enrollment. 
 
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Charges related to childcare for students and non-students 
CS-SF 
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(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 
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An indicator of whether the class section is open or closed for enrollment 
CS-SR 
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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 
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See Academic Level/Classification 
CS-SR 
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See Enrollment Requirement Group 
CS-SR 
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A sub-section of a course within a term as offered by a campus for enrollment purposes  
CS-SR 
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A value which serves as a control for enrollment in a section  
CS-SR 
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An enrollment control which allows grouping 
CS-SR 
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Charges related to Continuing Education/Professional Development/Workshops 
CS-SF 
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The end of the 2nd business day after the 100% drop date of the regular session. 
 
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Tuition and fees associated with collaborative courses at the provider institution, which are billed to the student by the home institution. 
 
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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. 
 
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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”. 
 
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Tuition used to post provider campus tuition charges to student's home campus account 
CS-SF 
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Payments from collection agencies posted to student, non-student, and external org accounts 
CS-SF 
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Functions of a course section 
CS-SR 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Contiguous. 
CS-SF 
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Item type node used to post charges to PeopleSoft that were converted from Legacy 
CS-SF 
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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 
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A record of all transactions relating to a particular organization. The account is organized by account type and term.  
CS-SF 
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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 
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(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 
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The catalog description of the course 
CS-SR 
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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 
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A unique number assigned to a course in the course catalog. 
CS-SR 
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A credit applied to a student or corporate account to reduce specific charges. Credits are set up as payments in PeopleSoft. 
CS-SF 
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(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 
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A record of all transactions relating to a particular student. The account is organized by account type and term. 
CS-SF 
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See Education Level 
CS-SR 
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Instructional activities which result in the award of college credit that can be applied toward a college degree. 
CS-SR 
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Students enrolled in institutional instructional activities which result in the award of college credit that can be applied toward a college degree or credit-based remedial courses taken by degree seeking students. 
CS-SR 
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(NOT A FIELD) An indication that the student is enrolled in courses for credit and recognized by the institution as seeking a degree, certificate, or other formal award. A high school student enrolled in postsecondary courses for credit is not considered degree/certificate-seeking.  
CS-SR 
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Receipt created when transferring departmental funds to the general ledger through the cashiering functionality. 
CS-SF 
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To collect deposit payments to hold a student or non-student's place in various campus programs, housing, events, or activities. Note: This is not to be used for "advance payment" of charges, such as Tuition or Housing prepayments. 
CS-SF 
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Identifies the discipline most closely associated with the content of the course. 
CS-SR 
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Developmental Course: A basic academic skills course designed to prepare students to complete regular academic degree-credit courses. All NDUS courses numbered less than 100 are developmental courses. Developmental courses may count toward a student's full-time course load.  
CS-SR 
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A yes/no flag that identifies a developmental course. Basic academic skills courses designed to prepare students to complete regular academic degree-credit courses.  
CS-SR 
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Basic academic skills courses designed to prepare students to complete regular academic degree-credit courses. Effective with the Fall 2010 term, all NDUS courses numbered less than 100 and English 100 and Math 101 and 102 are developmental courses. Developmental courses may count toward a student's full-time course load. Math 102 may be used to meet degree credit requirements in certificate, diploma and A.A.S. programs. 
 
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The term discount refers to the difference between the highest institution approved rate in each residency category and the rate that an institution charges in the same category. The initial charge to the student account will be at the discounted rate. Not recorded on the G/L, rather, a report of total discounts will need to be generated which would include grossed up tuition. 
 
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Charges assessed to students to cover activities associated with distance learning courses 
CS-SF 
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The date for which a particular charge is due 
CS-SF 
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A high school student enrolled in college classes. The college class may or may not count toward high school graduation, as determined by the high school.  
 
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Setup that is needed to specify earnings on refundable item types. 
CS-SF 
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The award level of the degree 
CS-SR 
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Effective date of enrollment in a class. 
CS-SR 
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Action date of the enrollment in a class. 
CS-SR 
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Effective date of drop from enrollment in a class. 
CS-SR 
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Action date of drop from enrollment in a class. 
CS-SR 
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A requirement that must be met in order to register for a class  
CS-SR 
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See Class Enrollment Status 
CS-SR 
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See Student Enrollment Status 
CS-SR 
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(NOT A FIELD) An indication that the student is currently enrolled as a first-time student (A student who has no prior postsecondary experience, except as noted below, who is attending any institution for the first time at the undergraduate level. It also includes students enrolled in the fall term who attended college for the first time in the prior summer term, and students who entered with college credits earned before graduation from high school), a transfer-in student (a student entering the reporting institution for the first time but known to have previously attended a postsecondary institution at the same level) or a continuing student (a student who has previously enrolled at the institution and who is continuing his or her studies there) 
CS-SR 
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(NOT A FIELD) The month, day and year on which the student enrolled in the institution 
CS-SR 
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User-defined variables used to classify students for tuition calculation purposes. We use equation variables to apply waivers to students' accounts.  
CS-SF 
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The award of degree credit through use of published credit recommendations for formal instructional programs offered by non-collegiate agencies, both civilian employers and the military. 
 
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(NOT A FIELD) The month, day, and year on which an individual officially withdrew or graduated 
CS-SR 
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(Not A FIELD) The circumstances under which the student exited from the institution. 
CS-SR 
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See Expected Grad Term 
CS-SR 
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IPEDS/CEDS definition Also "Estimated Family Contribution". The number that's used to determine a student's eligibility for federal student financial aid. This number results from the financial information students provide in their FAFSA application.  
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form used by the U.S. Department of Education to determine a student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC) by conducting a “need analysis” based on financial information, such as income, assets and other household information, which the student (and parents for a dependent student) will be asked to provide. The form is submitted to, and processed by, a federal processor contracted by the U.S. Department of Education (ED), and the results are electronically transmitted to the financial aid offices of the schools that the student lists on the application. 
CS-FA 
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A practicum is an experience that allows work with professionals to practice the skills and knowledge they have acquired in the classroom. The purpose of a practicum is to provide a closely supervised activity where the student’s primary responsibility is to work with a professional who guides them in directing or conducting the activity. A field experience is defined as field-oriented supervised learning activities outside the college classroom that include a preplanned assessment of the experience, registration during the term the experience is conducted, and post evaluation with the instructor. As an example, a student in a teaching practicum might observe a classroom, assist with lessons and then prepare and present lessons. Often a student will write a report or similarly document the practicum to earn course credit. A practicum is usually unpaid, and will adhere to HLC requirements for formal agreements and clear learning objectives. Usually 45-60 hours of a practicum or field experience will be equivalent to one credit hour. 
CS-SR 
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New, or first-time freshmen, means students entering any institution for the first time at the undergraduate level, including students enrolled in the fall term who earned college credits in the prior summer term and/or entered with advanced standing before graduation from high school 
CS-SR 
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The status given to a student in relation to the course load that he or she is carrying. Full time student enrollment meets the following minimum credit standards; part time student enrollment falls below these minimum credit standards: Undergraduate—A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits , or 12 or more quarter credits, or 24 or more contact hours a week each term. Graduate—A student enrolled for 9 or more semester credits, or 9 or more quarter credits, or a student involved in thesis or dissertation preparation that is considered full time by the institution. Doctor's degree - Professional practice — As defined by the institution. 
CS-SR 
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On a semester basis means undergraduate total credit hours divided by 15; graduate total credit hours divided by 12. Full-time equivalency on an annual basis means undergraduate total credit hours divided by 30; graduate total credit hours divided by 24. Every professional student is counted as one FTE student. 
CS-SR 
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When measured during a single summer term, undergraduate total credit hours divided by 12; graduated total credit hours divided by 9. Every professional student is counted as one FTE. 
 
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Graduate students enrolled in 9 or more credit hours during fall or spring semester. For institutional academic administration purposes, other assignments may be taken into consideration when considering the full-time status of a graduate student. 
CS-SR 
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Medicine, law and pharmacy students enrolled in 9 or more credit hours during the fall or spring semester 
CS-SR 
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Undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12 or more credit hours during fall or spring semester. 
CS-SR 
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The point in time when the special gpa is created. 
CS-SR 
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A yes/no flag that indicates whether or not this course is included in the grade point average. 
CS-SR 
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A yes/no flag that indicates whether or not this is an audited course. 
CS-SR 
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A penalty grade assigned to a student if they drop the class after the drop-and-retain-record deadline but on or before the drop-with-penalty deadline. 
CS-SR 
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A penalty grade assigned to a student if they withdraw after the withdraw-without-penalty deadline but on or before the withdraw-with-penalty deadline. 
CS-SR 
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See Grading Basis 
CS-SR 
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A grouping of grade definitions which indicates how the grade and units are applied to academic statistics. 
CS-SR 
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A grouping of grading basis. 
CS-SR 
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Compensation paid to a graduate student for teaching, research or service support assistantships. Posted to G/L #517005 Salaries-Graduate Assistants via HRMS Payroll. 
 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students (fulltime plus part-time; degree/certificate-seeking plus all others) who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year (the last IPEDS reporting series) or institution’s official fall reporting date. 
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year or institution’s official fall reporting date who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students. 
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year or institution’s official fall reporting date who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students AND who received any Federal Work Study, loans to students, or grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government the institution or any other sources known to the institution. 
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year or institution’s official fall reporting date who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students AND who received any loans to students or grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government or the institution. Do not include students in this count who only received aid from other sources known to the institution. 
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year or institution’s official fall reporting date who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students AND who pay the in-state or in-district tuition rate and received grant or scholarship aid from the federal government, state/local government, or the institution. Exclude other sources of grants. 
CS-FA 
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(NOT A FIELD) IPEDS/CEDS definition. The number of undergraduate students who were enrolled as of October 15 of the previous year or institution’s official fall reporting date who are full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking students AND who are paying the in-state or in-district tuition who received Title IV federal student aid. Title IV federal student aid includes grant aid, work study aid, and loan aid such as: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG), National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (National SMART Grant), Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant, Federal Work Study, Federal Perkins Loan, Subsidized Direct or FFEL Stafford Loan, and Unsubsidized Direct or FFEL Stafford Loan 
CS-FA 
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Charges related to health services or insurance premiums for students and non-students 
CS-SF 
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A student who has not yet graduated from high school, but is enrolled in a college class. It is intended to include both historical categories of dual credit and early entry.  
CS-CC 
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Rate assessed to a high school student taking a college credit class wherein the college or university is subsidizing the cost of instruction. Delivery may be face-to-face in the high school or via Interactive Video by a high school instructor (or other qualified staff) as an approved adjunct of the college or university or may be taught on campus or via IVN by the institution’s fulltime or adjunct faculty for high school students only. In both cases, the institution pays the instructor. The NDUS faculty member may be simultaneously instructing NDUS students on campus and delivering the course via IVN to high school students. Only the high school students would qualify for the HS Unsub rate, based on a different location code.  
CS-CC 
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See “Provider or Host Institution” 
 
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All student and non-student charges related to residence hall or apartment living arrangements or food services. This includes all fines, miscellaneous charges, board/meal plans, catering, and other dining charges 
CS-SF 
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(NOT A FIELD) Whether or not the student is enrolled as an in-state student, meaning that his or her legal residence is located in the same district as that in which the institution is situated. 
CS-SR 
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An internship is an opportunity for students to apply their learning in a work experience. In an internship, the student is assigned significant responsibilities and duties that are to be performed in a supervised environment. An internship includes an agreement between faculty, the student, and the internship host that detail the expectations for the student and the duties the student will perform. Completion of the agreed upon duties result in the award of course credit. Internships can be paid or unpaid, but paid internships are encouraged by the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE). An internship will adhere to HLC requirements for formal agreements and clear learning objectives. Usually 45-60 hours of internship will be equivalent to one credit hour. An internship should also adhere to National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) guidelines. 
CS-SR 
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Effective Dating is a method of dating information in PeopleSoft applications. You can predate information to add historical data to your system, or postdate information in order to enter it before it actually goes into effect. By using effective dates, you don't delete values; you enter a new value with a current effective date.  
CS-SF 
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Item types are the basic work unit of the Student Financials application. Each item type defines and describes a unique action. During the setup of item types, you differentiate between charges and credits and define how and where each can be applied. You also group them by classification and determine how your system uses them to transfer student account information to your general ledger. 
CS-SF 
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The description of an item type 
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that holds customer account line details as displayed in the Item Details within the Account Details on the Customer Accounts page. 
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that holds customer account line details as displayed in the Account Details on the Customer Accounts page. 
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that contains the cross-reference between charges and payments. 
CS-SF 
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A word that can be attached to item types to facilitate searches. There are three keyword numbers, Keyword 1, Keyword 2, and Keyword 3.  
CS-SF 
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Late payment fee charges assessed to students, non-students, and external orgs 
CS-SF 
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Charges related to library services - including fines and interlibrary loans - for students and non-students 
CS-SF 
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Short-term loans posted to student accounts - either manually or through PeopleSoft refund process. 
CS-SF 
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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 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Midwest Higher Education Compact 
CS-SF 
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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 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Minnesota Professional 
CS-SF 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Minnesota Reciprocity. 
CS-SF 
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Any miscellaneous charge not covered under a separate node range, billed to students, non-students, and external orgs 
CS-SF 
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IPEDS/CEDS definition. This is calculated as the Cost of Attendance (COA) less Expected Family Contribution (EFC). 
CS-FA 
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Additional business-related charges billed to students, non-students, and external orgs. (Examples: conference room rentals, auto repair, etc.) 
CS-SF 
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Institutional activities, including Continuing Education Units (CEU) and TrainND activities, which do not result in award of college credit. 
 
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Students enrolled in all institutional activities, including CEU only activities, which do not result in award of college credit immediately upon completion of the activity. 
CS-SR 
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Instructional activities which result in the award of college credits, which typically cannot be applied toward a college degree. 
CS-SR 
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Students enrolled in institutional instructional activities, with the exception of remedial courses typically taken by degree seeking students, which result in the award of college credit which typically cannot be applied toward a college degree. Non-degree credit activities include attached credit. 
CS-SR 
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If a student does not fit into one of the other listed residency choices (i.e. Alumni Dependent, Contiguous, Minnesota Reciprocity, Minnesota Professional, Midwest Higher Ed Compact, North Dakota resident, North Dakota Military, or Western Exchange), they should be coded non-resident. Once the situation is resolved, or the student later qualifies for a different residency category, the status maybe be updated or corrected. 
CS-CC/HRMS 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Non-Resident 
CS-SF 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of North Dakota Military. 
CS-SF 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of North Dakota Resident 
CS-SF 
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(NOT A FIELD) Whether or not the student is enrolled as an out-of-state student, meaning that his or her legal residence is located in a state other than that in which the institution is situated. 
CS-SR 
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All parking related charges, including permits and citations, for students and non-students  
CS-SF 
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All students enrolled in courses for credit but less than full-time. 
CS-SR 
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A payment made to a student or corporate account 
CS-SF 
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A plan for students to repay outstanding charges on his/her student account. Payment plans can be set up for various amounts, number of payments, and billing cycles.  
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that contains the payments a student has made. 
CS-SF 
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The date for which a transaction was posted 
CS-SF 
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See Field Experience/Practicum 
CS-SR 
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An advance payment that can be made for specific charges (housing, parking, childcare, tuition, etc.) The prepayment will automatically pay eligible charges, or it will remain in the account as a credit until charges are applied to that account. 
CS-SF 
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This history file runs annually in October. The history file looks at the last previous three terms (Fall, Spring and Summer). The purpose of the history run is to capture data for the Board Office Waiver Analyst Report.  
CS-SF 
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Institutional evaluation of a student portfolio, training modules, or other documentation for the purpose of granting degree credit for learning acquired through experience.  
 
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Non-Degree credit for instruction sponsored or approved by an institution and taught by an instructor not employed or paid by the institution. 
 
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Non-Degree credit for instruction sponsored or approved by the institution and taught by an instructor employed or paid by the institution 
 
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(NOT A FIELD) The set of required and elective courses that, when completed, lead to an academic credential, such as a degree, certificate, or diploma. 
CS-SR 
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A fee restricted to students enrolled in a particular program to support programs that have exceptional and critical needs that are not adequately funded through other sources  
CS-SF 
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A unique number assigned to each student payment and department receipt that is created within cashiering. 
CS-SF 
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Refunds to be issued to students, non-students, or external orgs - these may or may not be processed through the PS refund process. This does not include short-term loans. 
CS-SF 
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Student Finance table that contains refund information for refunds that have been issued to a student. 
CS-SF 
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This rate is for high school students that are taking regular degree credit courses on campus, online or over IVN with other college students, based on residency and/or instruction. The high school student may or may not also be simultaneously receiving high school credit for these courses. That is a local high school decision. In addition to the regular campus tuition rate students will also pay mandatory NDUS and campus fees. 
CS-CC 
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Placeholder credits recorded on the collaborative student’s FA Term at the home institution, used to determine FA load. 
 
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An indicator attached to a course to identify the course has been taken by a student more than once and how the course is to be counted in academic statistics. 
CS-SR 
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A grouping of repeat codes 
CS-SR 
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Student Finance table that contains all posting lines to the general ledger. The journal generator extracts information from this table to load to the general ledger. 
CS-SF 
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Nationally recognized, standardized examinations that document knowledge and competencies for one or more subject areas. 
 
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A value that indicates the high-level relationship that the student has with the academic program specified on a given row as of the effective date of the row beginning with the application and ending with completion of the program. 
CS-SR 
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A payment intended to help the recipient defray living or other expenses. but not intended as compensation for services rendered. Posted to G/L #661025 Stipends via Campus Solutions Student Finance. 
 
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An indicator of the student enrollment in a class 
CS-SR 
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Charges related to computer/laptop rental, repair, replacement, and fines for students and non-students. Not to be used for the Mandatory Technology Fee, that should go under the Mandatory Fees node 
CS-SF 
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Charges related to telecommunication services for students, non-students, and external orgs 
CS-SF 
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Term the transfer, test, and other units are applied to academic statistics. 
CS-SR 
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Term fees are the most generalized method of establishing rates for tuition and fees. Types of term fees include program, technology, tuition, audit, etc. 
CS-SF 
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A contract set up between an external organization and a student in which the organization pays for a specified amount of the student's charges. 
CS-SF 
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The status of the course transfer detail. 
CS-SR 
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Undergraduate students who have earned college credit at another postsecondary institution following high school graduation (SBHE Policy 440). 
 
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This rate is for high school students that are taking regular degree credit courses on campus, online or over IVN with other college students, based on residency and/or instruction. The high school student may or may not also be simultaneously receiving high school credit for these courses. That is a local high school decision. In addition to the regular campus tuition rate students will also pay mandatory NDUS and campus fees. 
CS-SF 
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The process of calculating tuition and fees to be charged to a student's account. This process ties in with the student's enrollment and uses the term fee, class fee, course fee, and equation variables to determine the specific charges that should be posted to the student's account. This process can be completed on a single student's account or as a batch process. 
CS-SF 
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Payment made to the student account, similar to a Scholarship, but largely used by Grants and Contracts. The amount of the tuition remission should not be greater than the tuition charge posted to the student account. Posted to G/L #661007 Tuition Remission via Campus Solutions Student Finance. 
 
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(NOT A FIELD) The status given to a student based on the award level he or she is seeking. An undergraduate student is enrolled in a bachelor's degree program, an associate's degree program, or a vocational, technical or other program below the baccalaureate. A graduate student holds a bachelor's or first professional degree or equivalent and is taking courses at the post-baccalaureate level. 
CS-SR 
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The accumulation of units that are received after completing a class with a passing grade, including enrollment, transfer, test, and other units applied to the student’s record.  
CS-SR 
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A yes/no flag that indicates whether or not this course earns credit that is included in academic statistics and used toward meeting degree requirements. 
CS-SR 
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(NOT A FIELD) The accumulation of units attempted including enrollment, transfer, test, and other units applied to the student's record. This field is displayed on the transcript. 
CS-SR 
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A yes/no flag that indicates whether or not the units are counted as attempted. 
CS-SR 
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A reduction in a student's tuition and/or fee charges for students who meet specific criteria.  
CS-SF 
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A non-cash transfer reduction to any SBHE approved tuition rate. The waiver is posted to the student account after the initial tuition charge. Waiver can be lost if criteria are not met. Posted to appropriate G/L waiver account. 
 
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Tuition amount charged to those students coded with a residency of Western Exchange. 
CS-SF 
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Credits posted to write off AR charges on students, non-students, and external orgs accounts. 
CS-SF 
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