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STAR offline for maintenance Monday for year-end financial processes

To finalize all financial transactions in STAR and send them for year-end processing, Information Technology Services will be taking STAR offline for about eight hours starting 4 p.m. Monday, June 30.

June 30 is the end of the University’s fiscal year. STAR, the student information system, will be unavailable from 4 p.m. June 30 until 12:30 a.m. July 1.

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Transition to wvOASIS begins in July; little immediate impact on most employees

West Virginia University will begin to phase in a new statewide administrative financial system for payment processing, payroll and other business-office functions beginning the first week of July. Most employees are expected to see little change and are unlikely to experience any impact during this initial phase.

OASIS stands for Our Advanced Solution with Integrated Systems, and its adoption is mandated by the state of West Virginia under Senate Bill 322. This comprehensive initiative aims to streamline and add transparency to the administrative functions of state government such as financial management, procurement, payroll and benefits.

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ITS planning maintenance on many important systems Sunday, June 22

Access to some WVU websites may be disrupted briefly Sunday, June 22, from 8 a.m. to noon while Information Technology Service conducts maintenance on a key web server for a wide range of sites.

The MIX server that handles authentication for Gmail also will undergo maintenance Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon. During patching, users will not be able to use their MyID single sign-on credentials in either the MIX portal to Gmail or at Users should still be able to check email from mobile devices.

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MyID credentials will work as Digital Measures login by July 1 in 7 colleges

Faculty members and administrators in seven colleges will soon be able to use their WVU MyID credentials to log in to Digital Measures, a leading faculty-activity reporting tool.

The transition should be completed by July 1 for the School of Public Health, Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and the College of Creative Arts. The School of Pharmacy, College of Business & Economics, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, and College of Education and Human Services will then be completed as quickly as possible.

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