Staff Newsletter - Summer 2016

IMPORTANT DATES:

Summer Sessions

  • Session I Student Fee Payment Deadline - June 15th
  • Session I Late Fee Payment Deadline - June 27th
  • Session II Student Fee Payment Deadline - July 15th
  • Session II Late Fee Payment Deadline - August 8th

10th Day of Instruction - October 4th

  • Last day to petition for Part Time status.
  • Last day to petition for the Employee-Student Reduced Fee.
  • Last day to file for PELP.
  • Last day to drop designated 10-day drop courses.

20th Day of Instruction - October 18th

  • Last day to drop designated 20-day drop courses.

25th Day of Instruction - October 25th

  • Last day to opt for P/NP or S/U grading.
  • Last day to change units of a variable unit course.

Graduate Student Final Fee Payment Deadline - TBD

Deadline to use PTA's - December 2nd

Deadline to use PTD's - December 2nd

Deadlines for Department Schedulers:

Summer 2016

  • Please submit all course needs as early as possible.
  • Instructor block remains open for editing through the last day of instruction.

Fall 2016

  • Please submit all course needs as early as possible.
  • Instructor block remains open for editing through the last day of instruction.

Winter 2017

  • Initial round of department maintenance access concludes on June 10th.
  • Final round of department maintenance access is June 20-24.
  • Final schedule review (no maintenance access) August 22-26.

Spring 2017

  • Initial round of department maintenance access is July 5 - August 19.

June 10, 2016

The newsletter contains important dates for the term in addition to information about OUR processes that you may not be aware of but are interested in learning about. If you have a topic that you would like to see covered, please contact us at registrar@ucdavis.edu. We would love to hear from you.

For your reference, Newsletters are archived on the Office of the University Registrar's website in the Faculty and Staff section.  Note: Because email programs vary in how they display this email newsletter, you may find the website version allows for easier printing.

Do You Know That There Is A New ICMS System?

This month the new Integrated Curriculum Management System (ICMS) will be implemented. The new course approval system has been designed by Governet to UC Davis specifications using their CurricUNET META product. on Friday, June 10th at 5 p.m. (PT) the current ICMS system will go offline to prepare for the migration of data and user profiles to CurricUNET. On June 20th the new ICMS system will go live.

The ICMS website, under the Office of the University Registrar, will house a gallery of training videos, helpful hints, upcoming changes, and other information and links. Formal training will not be necessary to log in to the new system However, the ICMS team and the Committee on Courses of Instruction will establish a series of "Office Hour" meetings to help anyone with course related questions. The first scheduled "Office Hours" will be on July 8th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (PT) in Mrak 410.



Gender Change Form is Going Online

In our continued effort to convert some of our paper applications into an online form, the Gender Change Form will be accessible in OASIS very soon! In partnership with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resources Center the online form has been renamed as the Legal Sex Marker Change form. Students will be able to access this form from the University Registrar's website and OASIS directly. No other changes have been made as part of this transition. We anticipate this online form being available at the end of June.

New AggieCard Design Coming Soon

The Office of the University Registrar will produce the first round of new AggieCards on Friday, June 10th. We previously communicated that undergraduate student cards would have a blue strip card and graduate and professional student cards would have a yellow stripe design element to distinguish between the two cards. Through testing of the new design, we discovered that printing white letters onto a blue background would not provide the quality product necessary. As a result, the undergraduate cards will now have a white stripe across them.

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