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Information on Accounts
Zimbra is the Nazareth College Faculty and Staff Email Client. It consists of email and folders, a calendar, address books and a task manager.
NazNet provides all Nazareth community constituents with secure online access to timely information any time of the day. NazNet forms and workflows meet the self-service needs of students, applicants, faculty, employees, advancement officers, alumni and members of the community. NazNet is fully compliant with Section 508 Accessibility Guidelines, ensuring that individuals with disabilities have the same access to and use of information as those without disabilities.
Description of courses offered through the Nazareth College academic calendar, including times and locations, is displayed in a flexible, easy-to find manner. Applicants can check the progress of their application data. Students can access their academic records, run a degree audit, check their financial aid package, register for classes and pay all tuition-related charges. NazNet provides faculty and staff with personal financial, budget and section information.
Access to NazNet is automatically provided for all applicants, registered students, faculty and staff. If you have questions or encounter difficulties, please contact the IT Service Desk.
Moodle is the present course management system used at Nazareth. It can be accessed from the QuickLinks menu at the top of every page on naz.edu. All Nazareth courses are automatically created in Moodle, but it is the prerogative of the instructor whether or not to utilize its features. All Nazareth students enrolled in courses are automatically enrolled in their corresponding Moodle courses. Students should contact instructors to determine if the Moodle course site is being utilized for classes.
The Colleague system, developed by Datatel, is used to manage major administrative functions across the College and is supported by the ITS Applications Team. Colleague includes five integrated components, providing the institution with an enterprise-wide solution: (1) Student and applicant, (2) Financial aid, (3) Finance, (4) Payroll and Human Resources, (5) Development and alumni. With Colleague's common core database, each individual or entity has only one set of data records available and as such makes data retrieval and system operation much more effective. Procedures are in place to ensure security, accessibility and the continued integrity of the administrative data.
Who needs access to Colleague?
Employees who input data, retrieve information or submit approvals for any of the following processes need to have a Colleague username and password to access the system:
- Class schedules, student inquiries, admissions applications, financial aid recording, registrations, payments, grading and transcripts
- Purchasing requests, budget lookups, vouchers
- Personnel records and payroll stipends
- Alumni and development information
Colleague users are given security access to a wealth of information about students, applicants, alumni and College employees, according to their position requirements. Users need to understand and abide by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) in regards to the release of student information.
Faculty or staff who do not need to enter data, run inquiries or reports directly from the system may use NazNet to retrieve rosters, search for classes or view vacation time balances.
Requesting a Colleague Account
Data security is one of the most critical issues associated with maintaining and supporting a college-wide administrative data solution. Not all College employees will need a Colleague account. Typically, those who maintain prospect, applicant, student, alumni, donor or employee data will need an account.
To request a Colleague account you must have your supervisor submit a ticket to the Technology and Media Services help desk. You will then be contacted via email with a request for additional information.
Logging into Colleague requires the use of your Nazareth username and MyNaz password.
Ad Astra is the program used by Nazareth College to book events and schedule spaces for use. Anyone can access Astra as a guest to view scheduled events and classes at http://astra.naz.edu. Login credentials are required to schedule rooms. A lab reserve form can be found at the Astra website.
Telephones and Computer Requests
To request a new Computer fill out this form and take to the IT Service Desk, located in Smyth 85.
Accounts Request Form
To request a account be created for Zimbra, NazNet, Colleague, or Blackboard, fill out this form and take it to the IT Service Desk, located in Smyth 85.
For Information about an Ad Astra Account Please Call the IT Service Desk at ext 2111.