Has this college administration learned absolutely nothing from the past? It is quite clear that with this latest prerequisite registration debaucle they have not and continue to keep students in the dark.
Although there was no priority registration for Extended Spring, this disaster shouldn’t be incredibly surprising to students.
The registration fiasco could have been avoided if the calendar had been left alone. The Board and administrators tried to fix something that was never broken.
Registration clerks fled their posts after feeling threatened by angry students who couldnâ€™t access the online registration server for Extended Spring classes.
Hundreds of students who were overwhelmed by their inability to get into the collegeâ€™s online registration for Extended Spring registration waited in line for hours for help in the L building on Monday.
A profile on the new Director of Enterprise Applications Services, Mark Gutierrez. He is in charge of the LancerPoint system, parts of which are set to launch for the summer session.
Registration for Extended Spring turned into a free-for-all on Monday when students who could not register online showed up in person to try to sign up for classes.
The new Administrative Information System (AIS) Lancerpoint, a product that cost $10.5 million so far and is expected to transform student interactions with the college, will begin its implementation next week, according to officials at the Feb. 6 Board of Trustees meeting.
Immigration issues for students were discussed at a forum presented by United without Boundaries and By Any Means Necessaryâ€™s known as BAMN on Feb. 6.
Stricter rules on fee waivers, new registration priorities, and different funding criteria will be coming to community colleges under a new state law.