InfoPorte

Service Description


InfoPorte is a platform that delivers administrative reports for the Finance, Human Resources, and Student Administration functions of UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-General Administration. InfoPorte also includes small applications that support administrative functions for some schools and units, including:

  • UNC Core Facilities (CORES)
  • Budget Change Requests
  • Access Request Tool (for requesting access to ConnectCarolina and InfoPorte)
  • Contract Tools (School of Medicine)
  • Room Reservations (Eshelman School of Pharmacy)
  • Faculty Reviews (Eshelman School of Pharmacy)
Users/Customers

UNC-Chapel Hill faculty and staff, UNC-General Administration staff, the general public for the CORES.

Service Provisioning

Some access to InfoPorte is granted automatically based on an individual’s role as faculty or staff at UNC-Chapel Hill or UNC-General Administration.

For many reports and functions in InfoPorte, administrative access is requested and approved by an individual's manager and then assigned by the school or division’s InfoPorte Administrator. Requests for access to some reports, such as those that show data outside the employee’s school or division, are submitted through the Access Request System, working with the Access Request Coordinator. Access is granted after the individual has completed the following:

  • Terms of Use agreement
  • FERPA training for all student and Human resources data
  • HIPAA training for some functions

Details on how to acquire access can be found on the .unc.edu website: https://ccinfo.unc.edu/start-here/access/.

Supported Environment/Services

To access InfoPorte, users need an Internet browser and are required to use EDUROAM wireless access or a wired network connection. Off campus, they need to use VPN to provide a secure connection. Information on accessing InfoPorte securely is provided here: https://ccinfo.unc.edu/start-here/access/.

InfoPorte is supported by budgetary allocations from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There is no charge to students, faculty and staff, schools or divisions to use the applications.