This is the official mailbox number assigned to a student when he/she arrives at USU. This field is used by Administrative Services Division to disseminate mail to the students.
One who is commissioned or enlisted in the Armed Forces and assigned or attached to USU for duty.
A formal title that occurs before a person's first name (e.g. Dr., Maj., 2LT) In the Personnel Locator, this field also populates based on the Salutation field that CHR uses in their application.
A formal ending that occurs after a person's last name. (e.g. Jr., II, III, Ph.D., MD)
A type of contractor supporting USU's non-administrative functions. (e.g. Researchers, Teachers)
Faculty, or staff that are not assigned or attached to the university but may support the university in some way. (e.g. Adjunct Faculty)
A person who applies to the Graduate school, but is not in the military.
This field is used by multiple offices in the university. It is the official title used by government civilians in accordance with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) guidelines. It is also used to describe the job of the contractors here at the university.
This is the title that further describes the position a person holds in relation to the university. This title may or may not be the same as the official title.
Pin number convention is the first initial of a person's first name, entire last name, and the last four digits of a person's 9 character social security number or 9 character unique ID.. Ex: John Smith 123-45-6789 would be "JSMITH6789", Jane Smith-Davis 987-65-4321 would be "JSMITH-DAVIS4321"
Indicates whether a person had prior military service. (Y/N)
The function or tasks assigned to an individual at an organization.
This field gives additional details about the capacity in which a person serves the organization.
Identifies a function performed by an individual in an organization.
This field is being populated on the Personnel Locator based on the student's department and role code. It will only populate the field if the person is a student and it will only show one of two values; School of Medicine (includes the Graduate School) or Graduate School of Nursing.
This field is used to indicate where a medical student is performing his/her rotation. It is also used to denote a location where a USU employee may be physically working.
Billeted USU military or civilian staff position who provide administrative support to the university.
Anyone who is taking a formal course of instruction at the university (whether it is for 1 day or 4 years).
A non-USU student typically associated with GME.
A person or company that performs work at the university, but is controlled by a third party; not USU
Anyone working at the university up to 6 months and is compensated.
Anyone who is at USU less than one week.
Anyone who comes to work on assigned schedule and is NOT compensated.