Managing Access to Oracle
In order to be set up with an Oracle Financials account, you will need an Oxford username (also known as Single Sign On) and a CoreHR Employee number. If you are new to the university or have changed roles, you may need to discuss these with your department.
When you have this information, you will need to arrange the completion of a New User form. If you have returned to the university, or changed departments, and you have previously had an Oracle Financials account, you may need to select the ‘Reactivate User’ option on this form. If you have an active Oracle account and you are moving departments, you will need to arrange the completion of a Change User form.
All requests and changes must be authorised by the authorised signatory for your department. If you are unsure who this might be, or which form you will need, please don’t hesitate to contact the Customer Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (2)84800.
When your form has been authorised and submitted, the Support Centre will set up your Oracle access. You will receive your Oracle Financials log in information shortly afterwards.
Depending on the access requested, you may have to complete online or classroom training. If you require more than one responsibility, access is granted to each role separately as soon as you have completed the training.
The Managing Access to Oracle pages show you how to set up new starters and manage leavers, with links to financial controls, relevant forms and links.
To reset your password, then please refer to the Password Reset page.
Covid-19 Information for New or Additional Access Requests
If you require urgent access to Oracle Financials, please complete the relevant online training course. Details of which courses are available online. To ensure the safety of staff and to minimise the spread of coronavirus, all face to face/classroom training is currently suspended. The classroom based "Introduction to..." courses are being delivered via Teams. Book your place as usual in CoSy. The Training Team will then send an invitation for you to join the Teams meeting.
The situation will be regularly reviewed and this guidance updated as soon as we are able to offer classroom training again.