We still respond to questions like “What happened to all the Cognos reports?”
Your default display presents the first 15 reports. To see the remaining reports, use the entries scroll area (top right of screen, where it says 1-15). Click the double arrow to the right and the next 15 will show.
Do you feel you could benefit from an effective writing course? Would you like tips on stylistic devices, format, etiquette, and/or grammar?
Good news, then: We’re developing a “Topics in Effective Writing” course for future CPE offerings. As always, our focus is on relevant material for our CU CPA and other audience members. Email Normandy.Roden@cu.edu and tell her your specific writing-related interests.
Our March 2012 Continuing Professional Education classes quickly filled to capacity – and all were well received by participants.
We launched the first quarter of calendar year 2012 with 2 days of new and repeated-on-request course offerings, including Understanding Internal Controls, Understanding
and Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows, Banking and Payments, and The Ethics of Whistle-Blowing. Credits were available in Auditing, (Governmental), Accounting
Your campus portal is the better (and starting April 16, the only) way to log in to your CU business applications. Just sign in to your campus portal using your desktop user name and password – and then click the link to the system you want: PeopleSoft Finance, PeopleSoft HRMS, Cognos Reporting, CU Marketplace, Concur Travel & Expense, and so forth. You may want to bookmark your campus portal:
Beginning Mon, April 16, you will need to access the PeopleSoft Finance System using your new PeopleSoft ID. Your new user ID looks like this: XXXXnnnnnn:
Your new ID begins with up to the first 4 letters of your last name, for example, SMIT- for Smith. If your last name contains fewer than 4 characters, your ID will really include “X” – so, Yu becomes YUXX-.
Your new ID ends with sequentially assigned numerics, for example, -000101.