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Kuali Student provides institutions the ability to configure it according to their needs at various levels of its architectural stack. This includes allowing institutions to change labels/texts on User Interface, updating the constraints/searches around data, and finally changing the data schema itself. These configurations are primarily provided through managing a series of XML (dictionary/property) files. This session will give a brief overview of the KS 1.1 architecture itself and then quickly dive into showing concrete examples with screens on some of the most common configuration/customizations. There would be something of interest for business analysts, technical architects and developers in this session and presumes a very limited knowledge of KS concepts.