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I'm wondering if anyone that uses Banner ERP system has addressed the problem that baseline Banner supports only one due date per term for tuition and fees?  If so, I would love to hear how you're handling this, if that is a problem at your institution.  At my university we have multiple due dates per semester depending upon when individual classes begin and end within the semester - that is, we have multiple "sub terms" within a term.

Thanks in advance for any good ideas available out there, and Happy Holidays!

~Mike

Michael Dieckmann * Chief Information Officer * University of West Florida * 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL  32514 *   Office 850.474.2558 * FAX 850.474.2634 * MichaelDieckmann@uwf.edu * uwf.edu


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Mike,
 
Happy Holidays to you!
 
We threw money at the problem.  We contracted with Ellucian to create a customized Drop For Non-payment (DNP) process for us when we went live with Banner in 2008.  It works well for us and they haven't had to modify it until now.  We pay maintenance on it each year and receive 1 modification to the code with that maintenance.
 
We have a payment deadline about 3 weeks before classes start for the long semesters and after that payment deadline, we drop students each day that do not pay for the classes they added that day.  We also had them build in a mode to handle dropping our Continuing Education students that do not pay on the day they register.  We are using Ellucian's Flexible Registration product for CE.
 
Dave

 
David Hoyt
Chief Information Systems Officer
 
  Collin College     
  Collin Higher  Education Center
  3452 Spur 399
  McKinney, TX  75069
 
P - 972.599.3133   F - 972.599.3131
>>> On 12/19/2012 at 4:49 PM, in message <CAHDdwRbdejUBUSofoxP913mgSynAief7btxOi5=yYGemJ8KfnA@mail.gmail.com>, Michael Dieckmann <MichaelDieckmann@UWF.EDU> wrote:
I'm wondering if anyone that uses Banner ERP system has addressed the problem that baseline Banner supports only one due date per term for tuition and fees? If so, I would love to hear how you're handling this, if that is a problem at your institution. At my university we have multiple due dates per semester depending upon when individual classes begin and end within the semester - that is, we have multiple "sub terms" within a term.

Thanks in advance for any good ideas available out there, and Happy Holidays!

~Mike

Michael Dieckmann * Chief Information Officer * University of West Florida * 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514 * Office 850.474.2558 * FAX 850.474.2634 * MichaelDieckmann@uwf.edu * uwf.edu


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It is a problem and parents complain.  We've supported the RPEs to have billing based on parts of term as an option.


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