About 80 people joined us in the Rush Rhees Library (and 50 attended remotely) to get a taste of UR Student’s robust functionality on November 6th. Our project sponsors and subject-matter experts were on hand showcasing the new system in the Hawkins-Carlson Room to shed light on how Phase 1 areas will work for end users.
From Records and Registration to Advising and Student Finance, many attendees got to navigate through UR Student with expert guidance. Between getting to perform system tasks or strike up conversations with the Project’s leadership, those at event got a little more familiar with the nuts and bolts of UR Student.
Volunteer to Test UR Student
Some participants who had a personalized hands-on session also volunteered to help us do testing of the system by simply sharing their email. We really appreciate this kind of involvement to get valuable feedback from those who will be the system’s everyday users.
Even if you couldn’t make it to the event, feel free to volunteer as a tester by contacting us, or just ask any questions about what we covered. Take a look at the UR Student Community Forum PowerPoint presentation on our Demo Days page online, too!
Don’t Miss These Other Upcoming UR Student Events:
November 14th: Register now for UR Student Remote Demo Day on Programs of Study (POS)
December 20th: Register now for UR Student Remote Demo Day on Changes in Courses & Course Sections