Administrative and Business
Enterprise and local services that support the administrative and business functions of an institution. Includes analytics, business intelligence, reporting, finance, human resources, student information systems, advancement, research administration, and conference and event management.
Alumni portals and services that support university advancement and development.
As an SDSU Alum, use this website to connect, engage, celebrate, and give to SDSU!
Athletics administration, recruiting procurement, and ticketing systems.
Hosted sports camps for athletics.
Academic compliance and equipment room management solution.
RDP Application hosted by Ticketmaster.
SDSU Athletics’ website, hosted by CBSI Advanced Media.
Student Success Solution: scheduling system for student athletics and the academic mentors.
Powered by TicketMaster: purchase tickets for SDSU Aztecs Athletics programs, games, and events.
Services outside the core administrative systems that support auxiliary or ancillary campus systems, activities, and operations
A ticketing system that users submit to IT, Graphics, Dining and Facilities. Only available to Aztec Shops employees.
EmpCenter is a web-based time & attendance reporting system for SDSU Research Foundation employees that automates and standardizes the time collection and approval processes.
Employee Gateway is a self-service application for SDSU Research Foundation employees to view and print records from the Human Resources database using Web technology.
iCIMS is an applicant tracking/onboarding system for SDSU Research Foundation. It allows candidates to apply for jobs online and be onboarded electronically.
InfoEd is an enterprise class Electronic Research Administration software suite. The SDSU Research Foundation has implemented the following modules:
This module grants the user access to a comprehensive database of proposal opportunities. Among other features it allow the users to match keywords against the database which will generate emails when proposal opportunities containing those keywords are published.
This module allow the user to create proposals, route proposals for approval and, if the proposal sponsor is a Federal Agency, electronically submit the proposal.
This module manages IRB functions for the University.
PI Profile is SDSU Research Foundation's secured financial web-based application created to assist SDSU principal investigators and project staff with the management of their research foundation-administered accounts. It provides current data on all proposals and awards and access to functionality needed for the management of grants and contracts.
Electronic document-management services.
The Center for Human Resources utilizes Lexmark's 'Content' offering for document management and imaging with workflow. All HR related forms are categorized, workflowed, and stored for easy retrieval and viewing in Content.
Academic Affairs and Enrollment Services utilizes OnBase for Academic Transaction Forms, Transcript processing and document workflow management.
Document management and imaging solution used by SDSU Accounts Payable for invoice processing. All invoices from vendors and university personnel are imaged and workflowed for approval to pay. Send invoices to [email protected] for ingestion into the system.
Services that support faculty administration, review, promotion, and tenure.
Provide periodic evaluations for probationary and tenured faculty.
Our commitment to mentoring new faculty is essential to the mission of San Diego State University and to our ability to attract and retain excellent faculty.
Administration and maintenance of enterprise systems (integrated or stand-alone) that support financial management, human capital management, and procurement.
Enterprise performance management software. SDSU’s license includes the Budgeting and Reporting modules.
SDSU utilizes Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) and WebCenter imaging for the University’s procurement and fiscal operations. The following modules are in use: Payables, Payments, and iExpense; iProcurement and Purchasing; Fixed Assets and iAssets; Receivables; Cash Management; Web ADI, General Ledger, and Reporting.
The University's HR system of record for entering and tracking faculty and staff data on employment, benefits, and payroll. It also offers limited self-service functionality for employees to maintain contact information as well as entering absence management data and benefit elections (annually).
Services for library systems that provide access to local and remote information in support of teaching, learning, and research. Includes acquisitions, catalog, circulation, serials, a public user interface, interlibrary loan, discovery tools, etc.
InterLibrary Loan (ILLiad)
An electronic system used to request library items through Interlibrary Loan.
Searches eight million items in the Library Catalog, two hundred article databases, and twenty three CSU campuses, and can also deliver items straight to SDSU.
A book search that allows library users from participating libraries to borrow books from other San Diego libraries if the books are not owned by their home library or if their library's copy is already checked-out.
The SDSU Library Digital Collections Program digitizes and makes available unique and important collections to support teaching and research.
Services that support clinical processes, including health-record management, pharmaceutical data, medical appointment scheduling, residency placements, and more.
Medicat HER (Electronic Health Records)
Medicat is a HIPAA compliant patient health management system used by Student Health Services to manage all aspects of patient encounters. Medicat contains a suite of integrated modules that include the electronic health records system, a practice management system, an immunization compliance manager, and a patient portal.
Business intelligence platforms, data warehouse, dashboards, analytic tools, transactional reporting, and operational data stores.
The Student Success Exploration & Analytics dashboards (SSEA) provide departments with aggregate data intended to facilitate data-informed decision making. SSEA content is organized and delivered in four broad categories: Enrollment, Progress & Persistence, Course Metrics, and Graduation Metrics.