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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 
New 
Charges related to telecommunication services for students, non-students, and external orgs 
CS-SF 
New 
Tenure is awarded by the Board upon recommendation of the Chancellor, following review and recommendations made pursuant to the procedures established at the institution and a recommendation by the institution's president to the Chancellor. A favorable recommendation means that the applicant meets all of the prerequisites and criteria and the award of tenure is consistent with the sound fiscal management and academic priorities of the institution and the system of education under the control of the Board. Tenure recommendations submitted to the Board shall include a brief summary of the candidate's qualifications and reasons for the recommendation. Tenure is not an entitlement, and the granting of tenure requires an affirmative act by the Board. Tenure is limited to the academic unit or program area in the institution in which tenure is granted and shall not extend to an administrative or coaching position 
HRMS 
Approved 
Term identifies a post-secondary academic year and term in which NDUS institutions hold classes. The term identifier is formatted as a four-digit number with the first two-digits representing the academic year while the last two-digits identify a specified term.  
CS-SR 
Approved 
The term a student is admitted to a program.  
CS-SR 
Approved 
Term the transfer, test, and other units are applied to academic statistics. 
CS-SR 
New 
The completion term is the term a student has been awarded a degree or certificate and is tied to the confer date. 
CS-SR 
Approved 
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 
New 
Count of employee terminations and retirements. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Subsets of the standarized or campus defined tests. 
CS-AR 
Approved 
The date the test was taken  
CS-AR 
Approved 
Standardized or campus defined tests.  
CS-AR 
Approved 
Ranking Based on test scores of others taking the test  
CS-AR 
Approved 
The raw score of the test 
CS-AR 
Approved 
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 
New 
This flag will be set to Yes when an ISIR is loaded if the federal processor determined that the student met eligibility requirements for Title IV Aid. If there is a "C" Code 19 on the ISIR, the check box will be cleared, setting the value to No.  
CS-FA 
Approved 
A self-reported date entered at time of application indicating the ending date of attendance at an external institution of higher education. This may or may not be verified.  
CS-AR/SR 
Approved 
Amount billed to a student or external organization in an invoice. Amount is represented in transaction currency. 
CS-SF 
Approved 
Amount paid by a student or organization against an invoice 
CS-SF 
Approved 
The status of the course transfer detail. 
CS-SR 
New 
A count of transfer actions. 
HRMS 
Approved 
Undergraduate students who have earned college credit at another postsecondary institution following high school graduation (SBHE Policy 440). 
 
New 
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 
New 
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 
New 
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. 
 
New