Beaver Hub access is requested in the same way as other OSU administrative systems, including Banner and OnBase. The internal user submits a Request for Access. In the “Other Notes” section, you must explain the type of data access that is needed in Beaver Hub (see below) and note if the employee should be included in an existing appointment pool or case queue. We recommend using one of these templates if you serve in one of these roles:
Beaver Hub access requests are reviewed on a weekly basis, and it may take up to two weeks to receive access once approved.
Beaver Hub is the university’s primary tool for engaging with all current students. Employees with responsibilities that include any of the following characteristics typically need access to the hub:
A user’s security level is based on an individual’s position, responsibilities outlined on the Request for Access form, and CORE access and determines the level of information you can see in the Beaver Hub. The security level is assigned by the Academic Affairs data steward and provisioned by the System Administrator in University Information Technology. Here are the various access levels:
You may notice you are able to do something that another employee cannot. This is because Beaver Hub has permissions sets. Permissions are assigned based on the individual’s position and responsibilities and permit the user to be included in specific pools and queues as well as perform various roles associated with creation of knowledge and resources and templates.