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Collin Launches New, Improved E-Schedule

COLLIN LAUNCHES “NEW AND IMPROVED” E-SCHEDULE

May 18, 2005 – With just a few mouse clicks, prospective or current Collin County Community College (Collin) students can create their class schedules with the new and improved e-schedule. The college originally launched an electronic version of the schedule in 2002, and a major upgrade has just been released for students.

The application, which won the “Best of the Web” award from the Center for Digital Government, is unique because it includes not only the schedule of classes but also information from the college catalog describing each class and links to important information on the college’s website.

The e-schedule is popular with students because they only have to download it one time to keep the schedule handy for every semester. The application automatically prompts students to “update” when a new class schedule is available.

Get the upgrade of the new e-schedule.

• Search courses by subject area, time, type of instruction (online, telecourse, etc.)

• Browse course descriptions and special notes for specific class sections

• Access admission and registration information

• View tuition and financial aid information, and much more.

Students can explore class offerings for the summer session now in the e-schedule and register online at www.ccccd.edu or by phone at 469.452.2222 in Collin County or 469.757.2222 in Rockwall County. Residents of other counties may call 1-877-COLLIN1. Telephone and online registration for summer will be available from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. through the following dates:

• Summer I and III June 5

• Summer II July 10

Check out the e-schedule on June 14 to access fall semester information and begin creating your fall schedule. Fall registration begins June 28 based on college hours earned.

Printed schedules are also available at all Collin campuses and locations.

Collin College serves more than 46,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs. The only public college in the county, Collin College is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development.