December 12th, 2021
The upgrade to Campus Solutions is complete. Staff, students and applicants can now continue to use the system.
Please note the following points:
Academic staff can continue to use the academic part of Campus Solutions, the Academic Workcentre, as they previously did. The only difference they will notice will be that the tiles in the Academic Workcentre are a different colour, with new icons. The names of the tiles remain the same.
Instead of accessing the menu from the top of the screen, Administrative, Professional and Managerial staff now need to follow these steps to access the menu:
A new Help tile on the Campus Solutions homepage provides support information as staff start using the upgraded system.
Applicants and students used two systems called MyNottingham:
The new name ‘NottinghamHub’ was chosen by asking a focus group of students, along with consulting with various university departments and representatives from our China and Malaysia campuses.
Applicants and students now see a new homepage with a new set of square tiles, replacing the old hexagonal buttons.
We have held webinars to introduce staff to the changes that the new version of Campus Solutions brings – details of future webinars can be found on Workspace, along with introductory videos and recordings.
Systems that receive data from Campus Solutions stopped receiving updates from 9am Thursday 9 December – the data will be updated in these systems by 9am Tuesday 14 December (UK times).
Thank you for your support as we completed this essential upgrade. It enables us to develop, improve and simplify Campus Solutions in the future to meet our requirements. There are also tools in the new version that make working with the system easier for staff and students, and we will highlight these as we start using them over time.
If you find something that is no longer working in Campus Solutions but previously was, please raise an IT self-service request and when you enter the description, start it with ‘9.2 upgrade’. For any other issues, please raise these with your respective IT Service Desk as normal.
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