Faculty Banner Information
Our transition away from the legacy mainframe Student Information System (SIS) to Banner is complete. This page presents an overview of resources available to faculty in Self-Service Banner, which can be reached by logging into the SalukiNet portal.
There are detailed self-training tutorials available here as Flash videos and PDF documents. For example, individual PDF document tutorials are available for:
• logging into Self-Service Banner
• viewing class lists
• entering registration overrides
• submitting final grades
The screen prints and text below are a complement to – but not a replacement for – the self-training tutorials, simply attempting to show some of what you will see when logging into and navigating through Self-Service Banner. The tutorials will require more of your time, but will be more comprehensive, showing step-by-step how to accomplish the main tasks you will need to do.
You can click on each small image along the right side to bring up a full-size image of the screen print.
This is the main login page at salukinet.siu.edu as of December 2014. Faculty and staff should have a Network ID and password, which they will enter in order to log into the SalukiNet system.
Please note that it's now possible that a user who is logged into their on-campus computer when attempting to access SalukiNet may bypass the SalukiNet login screen and automatically log into SalukiNet without entering any login credentials. This is a "single sign-on" feature being rolled out on the campus network. Off- campus computer users should still see and use this new login page.
If you have any problems using your Network ID, you should go to netid.siu.edu and choose the Network ID Management System for assistance, or else contact the SalukiTech Help Desk at 618-453-5155 or 1-866-718-HELP weekdays during normal University business hours. If you are on campus and wish to see someone in person, the Help Desk is in room 161-A of Morris Library.
This is the Welcome tab you will come to once you have successfully logged into SalukiNet (though its content may not look exactly like this for you). You probably already realize that this tab is made up of several channels arranged in three columns. The channels on this particular tab are designed to get important news out to the broader campus community of students, faculty, and staff.
As a faculty member, you will be most interested in the MyCourses tab.
This is the MyCourses tab. The channel in the upper left is where you will be interacting with the Banner student information system. The first link shown here will take you to the self-training tutorials already mentioned above. The third link will allow you to sign on to the main Banner administrative system if you have access to that system due to your non-faculty responsibilities.
For most faculty, it's the second link that you will be using on a regular basis. This will take you to what we'll call Self-Service Banner (SSB). It is really just a Web browser based presentation of relevant information from the Banner system, so it requires simply an up-to-date Web browser running on any current operating system.
Assuming that you did click that second link in the upper left channel, here's the main Self-Service menu. This menu will actually open up in a new tab in your Web browser. Choose the Faculty and Advisors link to get started in SSB.
Here's the Faculty and Advisors menu that most faculty should see. Among the links that you will be interested in are Summary Class List, Registration Overrides, and Enter Final Grades. (At this point, we will direct you back to the self-training tutorials. Besides the Flash videos, there are also PDF documents available that contain screen shots of the Flash videos, so we won't duplicate those efforts here.)
Lastly, once you are done with SSB, you can choose from the four options in the upper right corner of the page: you can return to the main menu (from earlier), you can go to a site map of the menus, you can access some context specific help, or you can exit SSB (which will close this tab in your browser for security reasons, leaving you back within the main SalukiNet portal).