Overview: fsaATLAS is used by campus International Education offices and International Admissions offices to track enrollment of students who are foreign nationals as required by the Department of Homeland Security. The system provides an interface between ISIS and the federal Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS).
Benefits: Some of the benefits of fsaATLAS include:
- Serves as the primary working system and database for campus International Ed and International Admissions office personnel.
- Tracks information on students who are foreign nationals that is not available in ISIS, such as identification of dependents, family financial information, etc.
- Stores data that is provided via interface from ISIS such as Visa data, program of study, class enrollment, address and contact information, etc.
- Automates reporting to the Department of Homeland Security.
Funding Model: This system is funded through the campuses.
Who is eligible to use the service:
- Campus International Education offices
- Campus International Admissions offices
How to request access to the service: For information on how to request access to fsaATLAS see the Access website.
Alias Information/ service history: fsaATLAS is a 3rd party system supported by SunGard. It is the same 3rd party interface that was used between the legacy student system (SIS) and the federal SEVIS system. fsaATLAS has been in use at the University of Colorado for eight years.
Related services: fsaATLAS acts as a pass through system that interfaces with SEVIS. SEVIS tracks eligibility and enrollment of all foreign national students who have entered the United States for the purposes of enrolling in a college level course of study in this country.