Banner is an application used to manage administrative information ranging from class registration, scheduling, and student grades to financial aid and billing and payment information.  There are two components of the Banner system at Augusta University:

  1. Banner Web Self-Service (POUNCE): used by students and faculty, advisors, and staff
  2. Banner Admin: used by approved administrators

Employees must complete a System Access Request Form and submit it to banneraccess@augusta.edu to obtain access. 

BANNER ACCESS
REQUEST FORM

BANNER
RESOURCES

BANNER TRAINING
VIA ELLUCIAN

FERPA
OVERVIEW

FAQS
 

DATA
STEWARDS

SENDING DATA
ELECTRONICALLY


BANNER RESOURCES

KEYBOARD
SHORTCUTS

QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE

NAVIGATION
VIDEO

UPGRADE DIFFERENCES
OVERVIEW VIDEO


 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Due to audit requirements only active users are permitted access to University databases.  Therefore, you are required to log in at least monthly to maintain your system access.  Each time your account is locked, a new Banner Security Request form is required to be submitted. After two locks due to inactive use, your supervisor will be notified of excessive inactivity.  After three locks,  your Banner access will be reviewed by the committee to determine the best course of action for future needs and this could result in final termination of access.

Banner Webapp users are also required to log in at least monthly to maintain your system access.

Access Banner
Use your Augusta University username and password to log into Banner.

System Access Request will be required to regain access. 

Users locked our of Banner should email Banner Access.

Banner User Account passwords will expire every 90 days.

Use the Augusta University Password Self Service Portal change your password.

Once you have been notified to change your password, you will have 10 grace logins.

Due to upgrades related to Banner 9, you will be prompted to submit your username and password twice when logging into Banner 8. Please direct any questions to 706-721-4000.


 

DATA STEWARDS

Data stewards are designated senior University officials who have planning and policy-level responsibilities for data in their functional areas.  Data stewards or their designees are responsible for recommending policies and establishing procedures and guidelines concerning the accuracy, privacy, and integrity of the data subsets for which they are responsible.  The responsibilities of the Data Stewards are as follows:

  • Overall responsibility for the data subsets managed by their reporting units. In certain cases the same data element could exist in more than one data subset (and stem). For example, social security number is used in the financial, human resources and student system. In this case, social security number is considered to have more than one steward.
  • Resolve data access or definition issues involving data elements which exist in multiple data subsets across stems.
  • Interpret and implement state and federal policies and guidelines that affect data subsets within their functional areas.
  • Identify the access type (public, internal, or internal and sensitive) for each data element within the data subsets managed by their reporting units.
  • Establish authorization procedures to facilitate appropriate data access as defined by campus data policy and ensure data security for data within their functional area.

ADMISSIONS

  • Cecilia McQuaig

706-737-1632

BUSINESS OFFICE

  • Beth Welsh

706-446-1448

FINANCIAL AID

  • Debbie Turner

706-737-1524

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

  • Heather Metress

706-446-1430

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

  • Jordan Cliatt

706-446-1432