Information Systems For Better University Processes

  Try and picture it for a second: Long lines disappearing. A paperless system. Simplified operations which you can feel when you see how easy it is to cross-enroll in another CU or apply for leaves. The University Information System offer the possibility of this future for the University by leveraging Information and Communication Technology […]

SAIS 101

Easier Admission Process | Straightforward Advising | Real-time Enrollment | Convenient Process | See Your Financial Account | Financial Aid | Keep Track of Your Academic Progress | Stay Updated | Simpler Process for Cross-Registration, Shifting, or Transferring CUs | View Graduation Requirements and Request for TOR or TCG

UP on iTUNES U

UP on iTUNES U hopes to deliver audio and video content, along with accompanying lecture notes and slides, from the different academic units in the University of the Philippines System to learners all over the world using the iTunes service. Currently, we are still building our library of content, and hopefully we’ll have collections available […]

Frontline Services (Process Maps)

Helpdesk REPORTING IS ERRORS OR CONNECTIVITY ISSUES Process Flow REQUEST FOR IS (HRIS, FMIS, SAIS) PASSWORD RESET Process Flow REQUEST FOR NEW IS (HRIS, FMIS, SAIS) CREDENTIALS Process Flow REQUEST FOR NEW STS PIN and RESET STS PIN Process Flow REQUEST FOR ONE UP MAIL ACCOUNT (OFFICES, EVENTS, GROUPS) Process Flow REQUEST FOR ONE UP […]

DNS/DNSSEC Workshop

  This workshop will focus on implementing a secure DNS server. It will discuss the concept of DNSSEC in detail, with hands-on configuration, key generation, signing, validation, and key rollover. Participants are assumed to have a good understanding of network fundamentals and a basic knowledge of Unix/Linux. Join us if you are a network engineer, […]

What is FMIS and its main function?

The Financial Management Information System (FMIS) is one of the core systems initiated under the eUP project designed to consolidate all financial information generated and used by the Accounting, Budget, and Cash Offices (ABC Offices) as well as the other offices across all constituent universities (CUs). FMIS is intended to enhance all financial transactions and […]

Who may access FMIS?

FMIS may be accessed by authorized users in each of the offices across all CUs. Authorized users include employees from the ABC offices who previously underwent End User Trainings and with formally assigned logins for the system. Employees designated as Approvers and DV Originators are also given access to the system.