August 18, 2015
- Admissions: Tool for application norming.
- Student Records: Course catalog data was converted to the new SIS.
- Student Records: Class scheduling moved to the new SIS.
- SIS Database: Creation of "Person Data"
How People Are Impacted
- Go-Live 2 involved the launch of a new tool for managing applications, and the annual process of training readers on the latest policies and standards of evaluation.
- Applicants who were applying for admission to Fall 2016 would be the first cohort whose data would be be loaded into the new system.
- This was the first time that staff will email, post checklist items, and read applications in the same system in which applicants login to view their application status, submit checklist items, and view admission decisions.
- The Office of the Registrar and Class Schedulers within colleges and schools set up and created the schedule of classes for Fall 2016 in the new SIS.
What Systems Are Impacted
- Went Away
- OUAE (Office of Undergraduate Admissions Enterprise system)
- Stayed the Same
- CMS (Course Management System)
- UC Review
- Continued to Use (Initially)
- DB2 for academic year 2015-2016 classes
- UGA (Undergraduate Application System)
- Comprehensive help desk support provided by teams from CSS-IT, SIS, and - in the case of admissions - also by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Details made available during training sessions.