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Analytics Report: Fall/Spring Enrollment Comparison

Posted on: October 10th, 2012 by svlukose

 Analytics in myOleMiss has been updated with a new report that will provide a breakdown and details on the number of current students who are yet to enroll after priority registration has started. Separate reports are available for undergraduate and graduate, law and Pharm D students. The report will have information about the upcoming spring […]

Analytics Update

Posted on: March 30th, 2012 by LAURIE RICHLOVSKY

In response to requests submitted by Academic users, we have implemented significant updates to the General SLcM reports in Analytics. All Enrollment and Admissions reports now contain student contact information including email, cell phone and standard address. Two new reports were introduced to assist with administrative processes in the Deans’ and Chairs’ offices: A Status […]

Analytics Reporting: Funds Management Reports – New!

Posted on: January 14th, 2011 by Deetra Wiley

Need to know your budget carryover from the previous fiscal year?    How about available balances and expenses?   Maybe you need to view the account number of an item that has been paid? The Office of Information Technology proudly announces the roll-out of additional reports added to Analytics Reporting located within myOleMiss.   These new reports are based on SAP’s […]

Analytics Reporting: New SAP Reports at Your Fingertips

Posted on: October 11th, 2010 by Deetra Wiley

Need a report showing female undergraduate students for 2010-11?   Transfer Students from Tate County?   University courses with/without bookings?    Graduation data?   The Office of Information Technology is proud to announce the rollout of Analytics Reporting, a new SAP reporting tool that enables authorized users to build, view, and quickly access SAP reports based on specified data […]

Installing Mac OS X Mavericks

Posted on: October 25th, 2013 by Errol Sayre

Installing a major OS upgrade can bring a slew of problems, from incompatible software to lost configuration —even missing functionality. Thankfully, Mavericks (Apple’s latest version of OS X) doesn’t seem to bear any of those issues. Still, if you’re cautious and want to know a little more before hitting that “Upgrade” button in the App […]