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Pennant Accounts Data Collection

The Pennant Accounts collection contains the student billing and related data from the NGSS Pennant Accounts source database (a Banner transactional system). As of Fall 2015, Pennant Accounts handles the majority of the tuition and fees processing for the University. It is both an online and a batch processing system, into which charges and payments are loaded from a variety of feeder sources, including, but not limited to: tuition, financial aid, Housing, Dining, Cashier, and manual adjustments.

The legacy Billing and Receivables System (BRS) used by Student Financial Services contains student billing data prior to Fall 2015.

Individuals with access to query the Pennant Accounts data collection will also be granted access to the legacy BRS data. Access to the Pennnt Accounts collection also includes access to student data from the Student Records System. Please consult the Data Training page for information about training prerequisites.

For more about the source Pennant Accounts system, see the Next Generation Student Systems project.


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ATTENTION: All users of Student Data, whether they write their own queries, or use data or reports extracted by someone else, agree to abide by University policy regarding confidentiality of student records, and by the Family Educational and Right to Privacy Act. Failure to abide by the policies and laws governing student data can result in disciplinary action, including termination.
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