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CyberBear Instructions for Faculty & Advisors

STEP 1 CyberBear Login Information

CyberBear web address: http://cyberbear.umt.edu/

  • Enter your NetID (two letters followed by six numbers (ab123456).  Employee NetID's will have an "e" at the end (ab123456e).
  • Enter NetID password. It you've never logged in with your NetID, your password is the last six digits of your 790#. 
  • The first time you log in you will be promoted to change your password and establish a security question and answer. This will allow you to reset your password later if you forget it.

You can find your NetID using the online NetID lookup tool.  If you are a student who has requested confidentiality through the Registrar's Office, your information will not display in the NetID lookup.

If you can't remember your password, click on the password reset button on the login page.

STEP 2

Click on Cyberbear For Faculty & Advisors

STEP 3

A page emphasizing privacy and confidentiality of student information appears. Please read it carefully and contact the Registrar's Office if have any questions regarding the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

To continue, check the box at the bottom of the page.

THE MAIN MENU

The Main Menu will now appear and it will display the following options

  • Faculty Detail Schedule
  • Faculty Schedule by Day/Time
  • Detail Class List
  • Summary Class List
  • Final Grades
  • Registration Overrides
  • Student Menu: Information About Students
  • Advisor Menu: Transcripts & Degree Audit

You are now ready to login to Cyberbear, please click below or continue reading for more information.

Click Here: Login to Cyberbear

Electronic Override and Prerequisite Waiver Instructions

*Note once this process is completed it will allow the student to go into their CyberBear account and register for the course.  It will not automatically register the student for the course.

  1. Log on to CyberBear
  2. Choose CyberBear for Faculty and Advisers
  3. Answer the FERPA warning
  4. Choose term the student will be taking the course
  5. Choose Registration Overrides (can also be done by going into the Student Menu link, but this is faster)
  6. Enter student ID number or look student up by name
  7. If it's the right student click submit
  8. Choose type of override and course
  9. Submit
  10. It will want you to review the student/course/override type.  If all ok, then hit submit

THE MAIN MENU

The Main Menu will now appear and it will display the following options

MENU DEFINITIONS

Faculty Detail Schedule
Displays classes you're teaching each semester. Useful information includes the Course Request Numbers (CRN), the number of students currently registered for each class and the class room assignment.

Faculty Schedule by Day/Time
Class matrix for days of the week, hours of the day.

Detail Class List
A block of information (including major and class) pertaining to each student registered in your classes.

Summary Class List
Displays the names of all students registered for each of your classes. Contains up-to-date information, showing the level (undergrad-grad) and the grade mode (traditional letter grade, credit/no-credit or audit) for each student. View student withdrawals or class drops after the 3rd week of the semester. Access to student information such as phone numbers, mailing address and email. Option for emailing the entire class roster is available as well.

Final Grades
Use this choice to send grades to the Registrar's Office at the end of each semester. A drop-menu will display the allowable grades for each student. Click a grade choice to assign. Use the submit button at the bottom of the page to send the final grade assignments.

Registration Overrides
Issues a student an "electronic ticket" which grants access to one of your classes. This can be used in place of the Override Slip. Can be used when your class is full or if the student has a class or major different than the required one, or when requiring consent for all students. Once you submit the Override, the student is then able to register for the class via Cyberbear