Administrative Information Management Systems

Instructional Documents

Requesting Access to WIUP

  • Administrative employees, Faculty, Teaching Assistants and Civil Service employees are automatically granted access to WIUP when the employment contract becomes active.
  • Not all students or graduate assistants need access to WIUP as part of their employment duties and therefore access is not automatically granted. If there are WIUP screens that are needed in order for the student to perform his/her job, the supervisor can make a request through WIUP.  Student access can be requested through the WASR screen and graduate assistant access can be requested through the WAGR screen
  • The supervisor should contact Human Resources to schedule mandatory computer security training. During the training, the employee will receive their USERID and login instructions.
  • Supervisors should determine what screens an employee needs to access and contact the appropriate user coordinator(s) for instructions. The user coordinator names can be found on the CORD screen on MVS/WIUP. You may lookup the user coordinator for a menu option or lookup the user coordinator for an application area.

These documents are geared towards those users who are unfamiliar with the various ways in which they can access WIUP, STARS, and MVS.

First-Time Users
This document covers the important initial tasks that each new user will need to perform to activate their new MVS/WIUP account.
Accessing MVS on Campus
This document describes how to access MVS using QWS3270 Secure while on campus.
Accessing WIUP on the Web
This document describes how to access WIUP on the Web using your favorite web browser.
Off-Campus Access
This document describes the three ways in which a user can access our systems from off campus.
tn3270 installation instructions
This document describes how to download and run tn3270 for Mac OS X. Please note that if you are currently using OS 8 or 9, you'll need to contact the UTech Helpdesk at (309) 298-1177 for further instruction.