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UR Student

All Faculty members who instruct and/or Advise (except the SMD MD Program faculty), Student Support Staff and Students within the University will be impacted by the UR Student implementation. Read about the Instructor benefits of using UR Student and how to prepare for this change. For information about the project’s mission and goals, visit the UR Student Basics page.

Instructor Change Areas:

Prepare for a new way to view student rosters, assign course grades and view teaching schedules for current and past periods.  Each area below highlights upcoming changes to faculty procedures based on the UR Student design. More information can be accessed below as features are designed and tested.

Important Learning Links:

UR Student Landing Page (Home Screen):

UR Student Home Screen


Quick Instructor FAQs:

Q: Where will I enter grades after the system goes live?

A: Final grades (and midterm grades for certain schools) will be entered into UR Student. Instructor Access within Blackboard will no longer be available after UR Student is live (February, 2020). Blackboard will continue to serve as the University’s learning management system.

Q: To what extent can students communicate with faculty and department administrators?

A: Students can communicate with their Advisors using specific internal processes within UR Student such as Holds that may be applied to the student. For this, students can send comments to the appropriate recipient, such as their advisor, for a hold placed on them

Q: What does UR Student look like?

A: Snapshots of UR Student are found on our UR Student Screen Navigation page. Attend our Demo Days events for live demonstrations, or playback.


Instructor and Faculty Advisor Events:

Participate in our Community Forum on November 6th. Meeting details are posted on UR Student News

Instructor and Faculty Advisor Hands on Sessions:

Join our waitlist if you would like a hands on view of our new student system. UR Student will replace Instructor Access and Advisor Access. Topics include the following:

Faculty (Instructor) Special Interest Group (SIG):

The UR Student configuration and design is being reviewed by all select SIG members within Student Records, Advising, and Student Finance areas. Our newly established Faculty (Instructor) Special Interest Group will be reviewing UR Student features of interest for their feedback. If you would like to become a member of this group, please contact us.


Staff Changes

Students Changes


Instructor Resources:

As the project continues towards our Go Live date, educational tools and resources will be made available here:

UR Student
Support Options starting February 2020

For UR STUDENT Login and Connectivity support issues, contact,
IT Help Desk: Staffed 24/7
On Campus Call x52000 or Direct (585) 275-2000
Open a service request via Service Desk portal at:
Feel free to escalated any issue to UR STUDENT’s Systems Support team, by opening a service request via Service Desk portal, ( ).

Self-Directed UR STUDENT Specific Support:

UR STUDENT Reference Details:
Browse Training materials, FAQs, tutorials, etc.

UR STUDENT Project Development Site:
Browse Training materials, FAQs, tutorials, etc. plus project development progress updates and hands-on in-class training opportunities.

General IT Help Desk:
Searchable and Browsable University-Wide Support Topics

Advanced UR STUDENT Support is available:

Three In-Person Locations:
IT Center at Rush Rhees Library, UR COMPUTER Network Services, Room G111
On Campus Call x52000 or Direct (585) 275-2000

UR STUDENT Support Team at Gleason Theatre (Rush Rhees Library):
Available for faculty walk-ins 8am to 5pm M-F with morning appointment priority provided for after hours evening Instructors when requested via overnight support tickets.

UR STUDENT Curriculum Support Team at Lattimore Hall, Room 120:
UR STUDENT team members will be located in Lattimore Hall, Room 120, 8am to 5pm M-F, to directly support Administrative Curriculum Management Tasks and other Advance UR STUDENT Application topics.