OneCarolina ushers in new class registration system
The registration portion of the OneCarolina project has gone live, marking another major milestone for the initiative aimed at overhauling the way students, faculty, and staff connect with the University.
“This is a major step forward for us,” said University Registrar Aaron Marterer. “Not only will this help our staff work more efficiently, but I also think students will come to appreciate the changes we’ve made to the registration experience. Overall, we see this transition as a step in the right direction.”
While the registration section of the new system, Self Service Carolina (SSC), is technically up and running, students won’t be able to formally register for classes until later this spring. They’ll do so using my.sc.edu, a webpage that’s been established by OneCarolina to help students decide whether they need to use SSC or VIP, depending on what they need to do.
Students will use SSC to manage their 2013-2014 financial aid awards and register for Fall 2013 classes. To do those same things for Summer I and Summer II 2013, they’ll need to use VIP.
All student systems are scheduled to be transferred over to SSC by the end of 2013.