The sensitive nature of SRTE results and the need to preserve confidentiality requires that decisions about access to SRTE results need to be made by campus and college administrators. In contrast, setting up SRTEs is not confidential and can be accomplished by staff members. Therefore, SRTE forms setup and granting access to SRTE results are completely separate processes.
Each campus and college has two key individuals associated with SRTE setup and results access:
|SRTE Forms Setup Representative||SRTE Results Access Administrator|
|Information accessed is not confidential||Information accessed is confidential|
|Typically an administrative assistant or high level staff assistant||An academic administrator, typically an Associate Dean or Campus Academic Officer/Director of Academic Affairs|
|Grants access to staff assistants responsible for setting up SRTEs in academic programs||Appoints SRTE Results Designee|
SRTE Results Administrators typically do not need access to the SRTE Setup program, but may request access through their college/campus SRTE Setup Representative. Likewise, SRTE Setup Representatives generally do not need to have access to the SRTE results, but for some colleges/campuses a single person might fulfill both roles.