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Count Day–Colleague Disabled: 1/30

Posted on January 28, 2018 | Filed under Archive

This post has been archived. Information below may be out of date and/or relate to a past event.

Tuesday, January 30, is Count Day, the college’s census. For reporting and accounting reasons, it is important to freeze the college’s system (Colleague) to give administrative departments the opportunity to verify accuracy across student records. The group of administrators that oversees the count process (such as the Registrar, Dean of Students, and Finance) have requested that Colleague be unavailable to campus that day. WebAdvisor and Informer (self-service and reporting) will remain available for general use by students, faculty and staff.
In the past, there has been a window of time where Colleague was available for general use in the morning. However, this year, in order to improve turnaround time and efficiency, we are disabling access to Colleague after the close of business on Monday, January 29, so that the count process can proceed faster. Individuals who require access to data found in Colleague should use WebAdvisor or Informer to find the information they are looking for. Please contact LITS via if you have specific needs that can not currently be met. We anticipate Colleague will be available at the start of business Wednesday, January 31.