EagleNet to ease registration
Published: Thursday, March 31, 2005
Updated: Tuesday, July 5, 2011 17:07
Kirkwood is introducing a new way for students to register for classes this fall. Now students will be able to save the classes they would like to take before they actually register. The new system is called "EagleNet" and it will be available online where students have traditionally registered for courses. The system will be available to.
With the new system students will be able to pick classes they would like prior to registration and save it in a preferred folder until they can register. Once registration begins they must move the course from their preferred folder to actually registering. The date when students can register is determined by how many credits they have and priority is given to students with the most credits.
Students will receive two different letters, one assigning their ID and when they can register and another assigning their password. Students must choose their own password after they register on EagleNet for the first time. Kirkwood Library Director Arron Wings said if students have not received their letter in the mail by April 18 they should contact Enrolment Services.
Students will be allowed to search for classes on EagleNet but Wings warned students should be specific in their search. "There are over 5,000 courses and students will not be allowed to view everyone on the new system," Wings said. Students can search by time, subject, instructor and where the course is offered. There will be online help for the EagleNet system as well as flyers in the computer labs.
Currently students can register the old way for summer courses or use the new system to put classes in their preferred folder for the fall semester.