Assessment of UF’s Student Information Systems

Published: July 2nd, 2013

Category: Memos

Elias G. Eldayrie, Vice President & CIO

Zina Evans, Vice President for Enrollment Management & Associate Provost

The University of Florida is working with Moran Technology Consulting (MTC) on a Student Information Systems Migration Analysis Project.  This analysis is being done to assess, and potentially replace, our current student information systems (ISIS, NERDC, etc.).  MTC staff have been meeting with university personnel involved in the management of UF’s student systems to develop a preliminary set of functional and technical system capabilities that identify what we would like our future system to do.

Now we need everyone’s help in finalizing these capabilities.

We would like to tap into the collective wisdom of the university’s employees to develop the best and most complete set of system capabilities possible.  Advantiv Solutions, a Web-based survey tool, is being used to assist us with the data collection process.

We will be inviting all current faculty, staff, and students who access existing student administrative systems at UF, as well as faculty and staff that may be in a leadership position for those who use the UF student administrative systems, to participate.  An email with instructions for accessing the survey will be sent to invited participants on July 9, 2013. 

The survey will be open from July 9, 2013, through July 26, 2013.  Survey topical areas include admissions, records and registration, advising, and grading.  In order to develop the best set of capabilities possible, we need input from the entire UF community. Please encourage everyone invited to participate to complete those parts of the survey that are of importance to them.

Questions? Please contact Ward Wilson, 352.273.1428, OR Greg McEachern, 352.273.1436,

Thank you and Go Gators!

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