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November 5, 2004

ISIS to Launch Online Registration

Photo by: Todd M. LeMieux

Contest winner Lindsay Stone ’05 will be the first student to register online.

The College’s comprehensive online student information system, ISIS, will be fully operational in time for student academic advising and registration in mid-November, according to Monica Augustin, Mount Holyoke’s registrar.

Several years in the making, ISIS centralizes all students’ academic, financial, housing, and other College records. The system will improve the accuracy and accessibility of communication and record keeping by providing a complete set of data in one place.

The system’s name was chosen in a contest last spring. Contest winner Lindsay Stone ’05 won the privilege of being the first student to register online for spring 2005, in addition to receiving a $25 credit on her One Card.

The complete course schedule, as well as the Five College course catalogue, will be online in time for academic advising the week of November 8. Faculty advisers will clear students for registration on ISIS so that they may register the week of November 14. The registrar’s office will provide faculty and students with detailed instructions for advising clearance and registration, including information on prerequisites and registering for Five College courses.

Augustin is working with a faculty and staff advisory committee as well as a student advisory committee to test the system and work out final visual and other technicalities. “We had a goal to bring our student information system into the twenty-first century,” Augustin said. “Now we’re there.”

“The launching of ISIS represents an enormously successful collaboration between LITS and our student services offices on campus,” said Jane Brown, vice president for enrollment and College relations. “Students, faculty, and staff will see immediate benefits from our more robust high-tech environment.”

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