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Faculty Activity System (FAS)

FAS Access & Training Page

What is FAS?

The OUHSC Faculty Activity System (FAS) is used to record teaching, research, publications, presentations, awards, creative & service activities, and accomplishments. Aimed at providing an easier, more efficient way for colleges to manage large reporting processes in a less time-consuming fashion, the OUHSC FAS generates an annual faculty mini-vitae, or resume for staff, that can be provided to directors, department chairs, deans and the Provost's office.

How it Works:

OUHSC FAS allows users to enter activity information
once and use it for multiple purposes to include:

Users can enter and update information throughout the year and import their publications from other databases to include:

  • Different Types of Reports
  • Bio-sketch
  • CV
  • Annual Activity Report
  • Accreditation Report
  • Google Scholar
  • PubMed
  • Web of Science
  • ORCID (Learn more on the ORCID Imports page.)
  • Other Citation Managers

FAS Log-In:

The following Colleges will access Faculty Activity System using their OU Health Sciences SSO log-in username and password by clicking here: OU Health Sciences Center FAS System

  • College of Allied Health
  • College of Dentistry
  • Graduate College
  • College of Nursing
  • College of Pharmacy
  • College of Public Health

For the OUHSC College of Medicine or OU/TU School of Community Medicine Activity Insight, Click here

FAS System Support

If you are having issues with your access, running reports, or other items, please contact We will attempt to resolve your concern locally. Most requests are processed within 1 business day. 

Note, certain requests may require external assistance and can take up to 2 weeks to be processed.  

OUHSC FAS Training

Accessing FAS

All HSC users should have access using their OU Health Sciences SSO log-in.

Trouble accessing the system?



FAS Training Resources

On-Demand Training Guides

Video Guides

Visit our YouTube Channel for videos on:

In-Person Trainings

Contact to schedule:
  • 1:1 training by zoom
  • Small group training by zoom
  • In-Person training in your computer labs for small groups

Helpful Tips (NEW)

Entering Data:

  • Screens/fields not pre-populated have to be entered by faculty or their designated data entry proxy. Information from other sources can be copied and pasted to appropriate fields.  It is also possible to import citations.
  • Copy and paste data from other sources: You can copy and paste data from other sources such as your CV. 
  • Importing data from other sources: The Publications and Intellectual Contributions screen allows you to import citations of your work that are stored in other places. Citation data must be first converted to a BibTex file or imported from third-party services.
  • Activity Dates: The reports rely on the dates entered for each activity record. Leaving dates blank for a record can result in that record being unexpectedly included or excluded on reports. Therefore, at least one significant date must be entered. 

One-day activities: should include an end date with no start date (e.g., End Date: 2017)

For activities that started but have not yet been completed: specify the start date and leave the end date blank.  

For activities that have definite start and end dates: specify the start date and the end date.


Faculty CV Report (Step-By-Step Guide)

To Run Rapid Reports, log into Faculty Activity System

  • On the top-right corner, select Rapid Reports.
  • To run a report, select the Report template from the drop-down menu.
  • Change the Start Date so that Faculty Success can assemble your data. This step is important. Select dates that apply to the report you are generating.
  • Select the File Format (e.g., Word, PDF, or HTML).





FAS Feedback Form

We want to hear from you!

Help us to make FAS a better system to meet your needs. All feedback is welcomed and will be forwarded to the appropriate offices. 

Click here for the FAS Feedback Form