EagleApps, a new university information system with a modern user interface, will replace University Internal Services (UIS) as the platform where students register for courses later this spring, according to an email sent from the Office of Student Services on Wednesday.
With the start of November comes more midterm stress, a second wave of fall, and the dreaded week of class registration. For me, this little time of year has always brought about frantic planning and research. Of course, when I first came to Boston College, I registered for classes with vigor, drawing up a long…
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In her latest advice column, Shannon Kelly details how she survives bad pick times and registration with ancient UIS.
The chances of getting into your desired class with a late pick time used to be slim, but EagleScribe levels the playing field by notifying students of openings in classes after they’ve registered.