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Date:
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Topic:
Academic Technology

How do I access Banner?

Under the Faculty/Staff/Admin navigation menu on connect.mercy.edu, select the Access to Self Service link.

What is Internet Native Banner (INB)?

Internet Native Banner (INB) is Banner Web application used by Mercy College to access the Banner system for day- to- day business. INB is used to manage students, accounts receivable, financial aid, finance, and human resource information. The primary users are staff and faculty.

How do I apply for a Banner (INB) account?

  • For access to Banner Finance, contact (914)-674-7851
  • For access to Banner Human Resources, contact David Vernon at (914) 674-7839
  • For access to Banner Student, contact Shelly Alkin at (914) 674-7217
  • For access to Banner Financial Aid, contact Margaret McGrail at (914) 674-3031

How can I get Banner training?

Banner Basic navigation training is offered to faculty/staff throughout the year by Computer Services. They can be reached by email at helpdesk@mercy.edu or by phone (914) 674-7526. Banner navigation training was developed to assist users in becoming familiar with the INB environment learning basic navigation and terminology, windows, form elements, querying and viewing
Banner module training is offered by the departments that are currently using the Banner modules.

What is the difference between Self Service Banner (SSB) and Internet Native Banner (INB)?

Self-Service Banner is accessible to Mercy College employees, students and faculty with valid accounts.
Internet Native Banner (INB) is an application intended for users doing more of the administrative functions. It requires more end-user training and security. The primary users of INB are the administrative departments (ex. Admissions, Registrar's Office, Financial Aid, Finance, Human Resources, etc.)