CAMPUSNEXUS: FACULTY PORTAL

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CAMPUSNEXUS: FACULTY PORTALCONTENTSPortal Login . 1My Home Page . 2Campus Info . 2Course Schedule . 2Faculty Directory . 3Contact Manager . 3My Students . 4Selecting a Student . 4Student Information . 5Student Schedule . 5Degree Audit . 6Contact History. 8Student Groups . 8Removing and Adding Students . 9Additional GPA . 9Student Unoffical Transcript . 9My Classes . 9Class Schedule . 9Gradebook . 10Posting Mid-Term Grades . 10Posting Final Grades . 10PORTAL LOGIN1.2.3.Go to studentportal.bju.edu and click Login.Select Faculty Portal Homepage.Enter your BJU credentials when prompted.1

MY HOME PAGE Click Personalize to choose which tiles are displayed on your Home Page.Show Quick Links will place important links at the top of the page.Recent Students dropdown gives quick access to students you have recently searchedFind Student opens the search windowThe red “F” icon (if visible) opens a FERPA information request form.CAMPUS INFOThe Campus Info folder provides information about courses offered at BJU and a facultydirectory.COURSE SCHEDULE1.2.3.4.5.6.In the left-hand menu click CampusInfo to expand your choices.Click Course Schedule.Search using a variety of filters to findthe course you need. You can evensearch by the days and times a coursemeets.After specifying the details of yoursearch, click Search to see the results.If the results list is a long one, use theSearch box (see image below) to find what you are looking for.In the Course Schedule column, select Click for Details to view more information about a course, including anycourse and test prerequisites.2

FACULTY DIRECTORYThe Faculty Directory provides information such as the office number and email address of faculty.1.2.Under Campus Info, click Faculty Directory in the left-hand menu.Use the alphabetical index to search for faculty members by their last name or use the Faculty Search box at theright of the page to search for faculty by First Name, Last Name, and Department.CONTACT MANAGERIn the left-hand menu, click Contact Manager to expand the folder; then, click theContact Manager link.“Contact Manager is a tool for recording, tracking, and managing your appointments, events, and activities related to yourtasks. Activities include entrance interviews, incoming and outgoing telephone calls, and other events that affect your dailytasks at your campus.Staff members with appropriate permissions can add activities, messages, and files to Contact Manager. For instance, a staffmember in the admissions department may record new leads and assign them to admissions representatives for follow-up.Staff members who have appropriate permission can also view other staff member's activities and re-assign them to otherstaff members.3

Some automatic activities such as call student, set up an entrance test, arrange entrance interview, may be assigned to youbased on events that are monitored by CampusNexus Student. These activities are displayed on the Contact Manager page asa result of decisions made by your institution's management.” (from CM Help Guide)For more 21.1/Staff/Content/StaffPortal/ContactManager Staff.htmMY STUDENTSThe My Students section provides several tools for understanding and assessing astudent’s academic progress and standing.In the left-hand menu, click My Students to expand the folder and see the list of toolsavailable.SELECTING A STUDENTIn any page under My Students, use the Student Search panel at the right side of the page to find a student or click the FindStudent button toward the top right of the page to perform an Advanced Search.1.2.3.Enter student information to search for the student. (Not all fields are required.)Click the Search button at the bottom of the Student Search panel. Results will open in a new window.Scroll down below the Advanced Search window to find search results.4

4.Click the name of the student to open the student’s information in the Student Information page.NOTE: When you search for and select a student, that student’s information will be displayed in the other student tools in theportal. To change the selection, either perform a new search or select from the list of Recent Students that appears at thetop of each page.STUDENT INFORMATIONThe Student Information page provides general information about the student and the student’s enrollment. You can openthe student’s photo from this page.STUDENT SCHEDULE1.To see a student’s schedule, click Student Schedule under My Students.5

2.3.If you have already searched for a student, that student’s schedule will appear in the Student Class Schedule page.If you wish to see a different or new student, either choose from Recent Students or perform a new search in theStudent Search panel or by clicking Find Student.4.In the search results window, click the name of the student to load the class schedule in the Student Class Schedulepage. Classes without a scheduled time or day (such as online SCOPE courses) will be displayed first. Just belowthose classes, resident courses will be displayed on a weekly calendar.DEGREE AUDIT1.2.3.Under My Students, click Degree Audit to see all courses required to complete the student’s program and thestudent’s progress toward completion.If you have already searched for a student, that student’s information will appear in Degree Audit.If you wish to see a different or new student, either choose from Recent Students or perform a new search in theStudent Search panel or by clicking Find Student.The page is divided into eight sections: Program Details—an overview of the student’s current program, GPA, credits, etc.Additional GPAs—table of cumulative GPAs, quality points, and units Student Academic Progress—progess bar of credits completed out of credits required6

Course Levels—course level GPAsCourse Categories/Areas(s) of Study Summary—summary of credits and GPA by course categories Course List—list of all required courses and status of each Courses Taken Not Applied—completed and current courses not applied to degree completion requirementsChange Program/Areas of Study—evaluate the effect of the student’s changing the program and/or the areas ofstudy. Click Program Options to get started.7

CONTACT HISTORYThis tool contains a list of activities/contacts between the student and BJU, along with who entered the record, the assignee,and status.1.2.3.4.Under My Students, click Contact History.If you have already searched for a student, that student’s history will appear in the Student Contact History page.If you wish to see a different or new student, either choose from Recent Students or perform a new search in theStudent Search panel or by clicking Find Student.Click the “ ” to expand an entry and view comments. The icons in the Subject column indicate the type ofcommunication.STUDENT GROUPSSee the groups of which students are members and also add students to groups.8

1.2.3.Under My Students, click Student Groups.If you have already searched for a student, that student’s group list will appear in the Student Groups page.If you wish to see a different or new student, either choose from Recent Students or perform a new search in theStudent Search panel or by clicking Find Student.REMOVING AND ADDING STUDENTS1.2.To Remove students from a group, click the Remove link.To Add students to a group, choose the group from the Add Student to Group dropdown list and click Add.ADDITIONAL GPAThis is the same list that appears on the Degree Audit page and is a table of cumulative GPAs, quality points, and units.STUDENT UNOFFICAL TRANSCRIPTDownload a PDF file of the selected student’s unoffical transcript. Click the Unofficial Transcript link.MY CLASSESIn My Classes, you can view your class schedule and gradebook if you are teaching.CLASS SCHEDULEYou can view your class schedule weekly or in list view. If days and times happen to vary by week, the calendar grid will adjustbased on the week selected. Classes with no schedule, such as SCOPE courses, are listed in the Classes without ScheduledTime/Day section.1.2.3.4.Under My Classes in the left-hand menu, click Class Schedule.Select a a term in the View by Term dropdown list.Place your mouse pointer over a calendar entry to view the class details (time, room, instructor).Click List to change from calendar to list view.9

GRADEBOOKIMPORTANT! All course grades are to be kept in the Canvas grade book. Only mid-term and final grades are to be posted in theCampusNexus Faculty Portal.Once you have posted grades to CampusNexus, they cannot be changed by you. If you make a mistake, you mustsubmit a change request to the Registrar’s Office.The following instructions cover the manual method for posting grades. BJU is planning to develop an integrationthat will automatically pass mid-term and final grades from Canvas to CampusNexus.POSTING MID-TERM GRADES1.2.Click the Midterm Grades tab on the Course Details page of the selected course. Midterm grades of all activestudents taking the course are displayed.Select the grade letter for each student in the Letter Grade column.Student,James3.4.Carefully verify the selected grades.Click Post Midterm Grades.POSTING FINAL GRADESNOTE: You cannot post final grades until every student has a final grade entered.1.2.3.4.Click the Final Grades tab on the Course Details page of the selected course. The final grades of all active students inthe course are displayed. The current GPA and attendance details of the students are also displayed.Select the grade letter for each student in the Letter Grade column.Carefully verify the selected grades.Click Save Final Grades. This action cannot be edited or undone. Contact the Registrar’s Office if you need to correcta grade.10

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3 FACULTY DIRECTORY The Faculty Directory provides information such as the office number and email address of faculty. 1. Under Campus Info, click Faculty Directory in the left-hand menu. 2. Use the alphabetical index to search for faculty members by their last name or use the Faculty Search box at the right of the p

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