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How Do I Gain Access to CSS?
A great deal of CSS information is delivered via self-service applications such as Faculty Center or Student Center. For BGSU employees who need additional access to CSS data, that access and an associated security level are granted based on the tasks individuals need to be completing in CSS in order to accomplish their job duties and responsibilities.
Prior to obtaining access to CSS, users are required to complete on-line training classes accessible through MyBGSU. Offering courses in this manner allows users to proceed through the material at their own pace and enables them to review the materials as often as they would like. The following details the steps users will need to follow in order to obtain access to CSS.
Completion of the following four on-line training courses and each associated quiz is a prerequisite for all users prior to the submission of a BG@100 CSS security form.
- CSS 110: Introducing Campus Solutions
- CSS 120: Understanding Academic Structure
- CSS 130: Campus Solutions: Learning the Basics
- CSS 140: Understanding Campus Community
Based on the access being requested, further training sessions may be required. Training tracks are available to assist users to ascertain additional training needs. The training tracks for Admissions, Student Records and Student Financials describe levels of CSS access and outline these levels as training tracks. For each training track, an associated link entitled “Checklist” provides information on classes to be completed for this training track and also provides information on how to complete the security access request form for this track. Training track information is available at:
CSS Security Access Request forms
When appropriate training has been completed, employees may request access to the CSS system. Submission information is available at the CSS Security Forms web page.
If you have questions about CSS security access visit the CSS security FAQ Web page.