E-mail Purge

posted Aug 9, 2012, 3:27 PM by Beth Carmical

Student CampusCruiser e-mail accounts for current students are scheduled to be purged after midnight on August 12.  It is the responsibility of each student to salvage information from each account by forwarding, printing, downloading, etc.  The inbox will not be retrievable after the purge.  This summer, more than 1,000 emails are being returned with each broadcast of information due to mailboxes being over storage quota.  Failure of students to clean out old messages and attachments has caused a breakdown of communication that must be remedied prior to the beginning of the Fall 2012 term.  See also CampusCruiser announcements.


posted Jul 5, 2011, 2:16 PM by Beth Carmical   [ updated Jul 9, 2012, 11:37 AM ]

All students!  Pay close attention! 
If you  register and pay (or financial aid or another entity is paying for you), a seat is being held for you.  It is your responsibility to have your schedule deleted prior to the first day of classes (August 20) --which means that you will need to take care of this, in person, by August 17 to avoid financial penalty.  Failing to do so could mean that you are personally responsible for all tuition and fees!  This applies to all students!  Payment period closes July 26 for early registration.  Payment is due immediately after you register for late registration (August 14) students. 
Classes cannot be dropped over the phone.  If you drop any classes through WebAdvisor prior to the first day of class, be careful to review "My Schedule" closely to see that your transaction was successful.  Print the results and save for your records.

PTK Application

posted Apr 13, 2010, 10:27 AM by Beth Carmical   [ updated Apr 13, 2010, 10:28 AM ]

Interested in Phi Theta Kappa Application?  Criteria are as follows: 
   Enrollment in 2-year program of study
   Completion of 12 or more hours at RCC
   GPA of 3.5 or higher (for courses in required curriculum)
The call for applicants is issued every spring semester.  See attachment below.

Grades No Longer Mailed

posted Jun 17, 2009, 1:54 PM by Beth Carmical

Beginning with the Fall 2009 semester, grades will no longer be mailed to students at the end of the term.  Final grades that have been submitted by faculty members and uploaded by the Records Office will be immediately visible in WebAdvisor.   If you have forgotten your WebAdvisor username and password, you can reach WebAdvisor through your Campus Cruiser log in.  Be sure to click on the WebAdvisor tab, then see "My Grades" in the left menu.

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