Summer School Catalog is Live!

This just in from Don Witt, Associate Provost for Enrollment Management, Director of Undergraduate Admission and University Registrar

Summer Courses Catalog 2014The summer school website has been updated to include a live course catalog feed, a better overview of the advantages to taking a summer course, housing options and a precise look at how many courses are offered for Summer I & II. The current course catalog feed is a ‘read-only’ view of Summer I and II information from SAP. This read only view allows for current and prospective students to browse summer offerings from any browser or mobile device. To register, students must login to the MyUK portal using their Link Blue username and password.

This is a great collaborative effort between the College of Arts and Sciences, EdR/Housing, Undergraduate Education, and Enrollment Management to deliver a great online resource and live course catalog feed for students interested in taking courses for the summer. Future plans are being made to expand upon the online current course catalog for the fall and spring semesters as well as expanding/streamlining the summer enrollment process.

Communications will take place over the next week promoting Summer School through e-communication and direct mail to all current undergraduate students.

For more information, please visit http://www.uky.edu/summer

This initiative supports our ongoing efforts with retention, graduation and related student success goals!

Don

Don E. Witt
Associate Provost for Enrollment Management
Director of Undergraduate Admission and University Registrar
University of Kentucky
132 Funkhouser Building
Lexington, KY  40506-0054
(859) 257-3458, FAX (859) 257-9572
Twitter: @DonWittUK

 

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