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May 3, 2004, Vol. 3, No. 8
Santa Clara University

HR’s eCampus has visitors, and they are coming back again and again

First month has nearly 20 percent of faculty and staff using new self-service software

After one month “live,” the new Department of Human Resources self-service software applications for faculty and staff available through the eCampus Web site appear to be a success among the people who have tried them.

These applications, accessible on password-protected eCampus Web pages, had an official debut on March 8.

A select group of trial users was given access to the system late last year to help identify potential bugs. The first returns are in from March, and nearly 20 percent of all faculty and staff used the new system to view personal and payroll information.

Users returned to the site an average of five times last month.
—Jerry Aquino 

Jerry Aquino, the human resources webmaster, reported that 278 “distinct users” logged into the system in March.

These faculty and staff paid several return visits to the site, according to statistics released by Aquino. He said there were 1,416 total logins in March, for the 278 users.

“This shows they are coming back to the site,” Aquino said.

It is expected that the eCampus human resources applications for faculty and staff will see the same level of success that the student applications have been experiencing for the past several years, demonstrated by the 6,141 student logins to eCampus in March.

If you haven’t received an ID, or a temporary password from human resources, contact the IT Service Center at x 5700.

You can find (and in some cases, modify or update) the following information on eCampus:

  • personal information
  • home and mailing addresses
  • phone numbers
  • email addresses
  • emergency contact information
  • payroll information
  • current and past sick pay statements
  • vacation and sick leave accounts
  • voluntary deductions
  • direct deposit distributions
Related links
eCampus GoThe new Human Resources self-service site 
Human Resources Go Department of Human Resources homepage

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