Assigned Time System Update: Open for Data Entry

Thank you for your patience as we worked to resolve the Assigned Time System issues. After troubleshooting with the IT team, we have resolved the issues employees entering data were experiencing last week. Designated employees are now able to enter and approve assigned time into the system by logging in using the Assigned Time webpage. If you do not have access to the system, please submit an Access Request Form. Reminders:

    1. All Chair approval must be completed prior to college level approval.
    2. All assigned time must be approved at both the department and college level to move forward to division approval.

Departments should refer to their dean’s office for any internal reporting deadlines. Please note that all assigned time entries must be entered and approved by the dean no later than Friday, September 9, 2022.

For any further technical issues, please contact us directly at institutional-research@sjsu.edu.

For questions about assigned time codes, review the Assigned Time Codes and Instructions or contact abso@sjsu.edu.

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