The mission of OneCarolina is to implement a single, integrated, Web-based, business management system that provides students, faculty, and staff, with accurate, secure and readily accessible data in support of the University of South Carolina's mission.
OneCarolina Project Director
Student Information Systems
Team Leader: Aaron Marterer, Office of the University Registrar
OneCarolina provided self-service access to student services through an integrated web-based system for: admissions, registration, scheduling, billing and receivables, and academic history.
Team Leader: Joey Derrick, USC Columbia Office of Student Financial Aid
OneCarolina has provided web-based self-service access to student financial aid systems. These services include award applications, financial aid progress tracking, and disbursment information.
Team Leader: Janis Hoffman, University Bursar
OneCarolina replaced the old student accounting and cashiering system with real-time, secure access to student accounts. In a later phase of the project, the finance system will be replaced.
Team Leader: Pat Lardner, Director of Special Projects for Business and Finance
OneCarolina will provide a web-based alternative to the manual entry and paper-based processes of legacy systems. Financial support services covering areas such as asset management, accounting, and purchasing will all be updated and streamlined as part of the project.
Team Leader: Jennifer Lauer, Vice President of Human Resources
OneCarolina will provide human resources management for all employment processes, from recruitment to retirement. University employees will have access to HR functions currently available in VIP, as well as other services including managing benefits and personal information online.
Team Leader: Pam Cope, Director of Payroll
OneCarolina will implement a web-based system to ensure payment of university employees and payroll regulations are timely and accurately fulfilled. Affected processes are set to include salary payments, tax withholdings, and paycheck deductions.