Stanford Online Systems Overview
Axess is where members of the Stanford community review and update information in their electronic records. Using Axess, students perform functions such as: add, drop, and evaluate classes; update addresses; review grades; request official transcripts; review degree requirements status; review and accept financial aid awards; and check their University bill. Faculty, instructors, and advisors can submit grades; review evaluations; and monitor advisees. Staff members can monitor financial and benefit information and register for training courses. Your SUNet ID and password are required each time you use Axess
Clinical Research Invoicing System for Participants (CRISP) is a system that supports the tracking of patient events and is currently the invoicing process for industry sponsored clinical trials only. CRISP tracks clinical trial events and is used by both the department Financial Specialist and Study Coordinators along with the Sponsored Receivables Management (SRM). Invoices need to be processed through CRISP before SRM receives and posts payments. This is for both invoiceable items and patient care costs processed through Case Report Forms (CRFs).
eProtocol is used at Stanford to submit, review, and approve research. There are four modules in eProtocol. You can view your protocols for any one module, or use the “My Dashboard” view to see all of your protocols in one place.
eSubmit is Stanford's electronic drop box for research proposals, primarily for Grants.gov. First-time users are asked to complete a brief online training session (5-6 minutes) before using the application.
The online Faculty Financial Inquiry Tool (FFIT) helps you manage your University financial resources by providing balances and drill-down transaction details for all your active accounts and funds. All faculty are automatically give access to FFIT.
Fingate is the gateway to financial activities at Stanford for staff, faculty student/parents and suppliers.
The online iLabShared Scientific Facilities Management System allows you to find and schedule services for shared facilities at Stanford.
My Accounts. A tool for PIs where they and their administrators can view all their Stanford accounts in one place. Funding, commitments and expenditures are updated daily!
New reporting system that will take the place of Report Mart 3 reports.
The Outside Professional Activities Certification System (OPACS) is a dashboard for transitional and annual disclosure reporting. If you have PHS-funded research, you are required to add or update new financial relationships within 30 days of discovering or acquiring a financial interest.
Oracle Financials is the core of Stanford's Accounting System, allowing the University to conduct and manage its financial affairs.
ReportMart3 is a modified Business Objects software application designed specifically to allow users to run reports for Oracle Financials applications.
The Stanford electronic Research Administration (SeRA) system is the sponsored research system which facilitates research administration transactions. SeRA supports various stages of the sponsored project lifecycle and is the institutional system of record for sponsored projects along with Oracle Financials.
Search Stanford people in one place. The search looks at the entire content of someone’s profile. Add you bio and keep it current. With special tabs for Bio, Research & Scholarship, Teaching, Professional, and Publications, you have a place to share your knowledge, skills, and accomplishments. Sign in at the top to update your profile.
SunFlower is used to maintain the University’s official individual asset records for capital equipment, sponsor owned property, loaned equipment, leased equipment, and at the department's directions, non-capital equipment that is sensitive or hazardous.
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SPARC serves as a portal for common property tasks and acts as a supplemental front-end for certain Sunflower activities.
You can find the STARS link once you sign on to Axess. STARS (Stanford Training and Registration System) is where faculty and staff can find and register for training classes.