Dear Parents and Family Members:
As our students are making their way through the final part of the semester and academic year, I thought I would share some information that may be of interest to you at home.
First, the Student Health Service will be switching over from the current paper record system to PointandClick, an electronic medical record system, the week of May 5-9, 2014. This is a very exciting time for SHS as this system will move its record keeping system into the 21st century and will give greater opportunities for students to have access to their personal health information through the student portal such as immunization records, secure messages including appointment reminders and test results, online scheduling of appointments (perhaps next year) and many other opportunities for us to improve service to students.
This is a huge undertaking and we expect to experience delays during the roll out of the system next week in particular, but also in the coming weeks as they work out the bugs and get more familiar with the system. To help all of us get through this we are asking for your patience and understanding for the next few weeks.
Also of note is the May 1, 2014 Teacher Certification requirements change. Teacher Certification update
Other dates to note:
Study Days May 7 & 8
Final Exams May 9-14
Residence halls closing
Final grades submission deadline May 19 at noon
Undergraduate Web registration closes May 30, 4 p.m.
Christopher A. Kuretich
Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
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