STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIS)
Access to SIS functions is available through four centers: the Student Center, the Faculty Center, the Adviser Center, and SIS Admin. All of these centers are accessible via Albert, which can be reached via the Academics tab in NYU Home. Of the four centers, SIS Admin has the widest functionality.
Directors of undergraduate studies and departmental advisers, along with the professional staff assisting DUSes, should have access to SIS Admin. Requests for required passwords and training for SIS should be emailed by the department chair, program director, or DUS to email@example.com. This email should include a title, Net ID, and University ID number (N-number) for each individual for whom access is being requested.
Three types of SIS access can be requested: View access (to the schedule of classes, the course catalog, and enrollment), Update/Limited Maintenance access (to the schedule of classes, career/program/plan, and enrollment), and Adviser Clearance Access. No training is required for View access or for Adviser Clearance Access. Training sessions are, however, required for Update/Limited Maintenance access. The training sessions continuing from academic year 2017-2018 are CS 100 Building the Schedule of Classes and CS 200 Enrollment and CPP (for enrollment and major/minor declaration functions), as well as CS 102 Graduation Processing; CS 202 Class Withdrawal; CS 250 Enrollment Only; and CS 500 Assigning Student Appointment Times. Registration for all in-person training sessions is through NYUiLearn (under the Work tab on NYU Home). To avoid confusion, faculty and administrators are asked to wait until they have been pre-approved by the Office of Academic Affairs before registering for a training session.
Helpful information about PeopleSoft, including training guides, is available here. Please see the SIS Guide for more granular information.
Albert is the portal to NYU’s student information system. It can be used by applicants, faculty, staff, and students who have an authorized NYU Net ID and password. The Registrar's Office has prepared training and help guides below. In-person training sessions are also available for some topics; sign up via NYU iLearn.
Learn how to use the Advisor Alerts system via your rosters to notify a student's advisor about various student academic circumstances.
This page contains guides for the following grading functions: changing grades, inputting midterm and final grades, entering grades after partial posting, designating a proxy grader, and utilizing the grade pull function from NYU Classes.