Spring grade submission dates announced
Submission dates for spring semester grades, including those for eight-week courses, are now available. Read more.
New event management system goes live March 2
Purdue is changing its event management system from Astra Schedule to Unitime, which will go live 8 a.m. March 2, announced University Registrar Bob Kubat. Read more.
Admissions process evolves with Banner
The implementation of Purdue’s new student systems in 2008 has had a significant impact on the Office of Admissions. Read More.
Get FERPA, other certifications online
Online certifications for those who need access to confidential and private information are now obtained using WebCert, which has replaced WebServ, said Dan Whiteley, data steward in Student Services Technology and Assessment. Read more.
Banner enhances Blackboard, improves security
Although not as obvious as other changes Banner has brought to Purdue, the ones affecting Blackboard Vista have been no less important. Read more.
New myPurdue tab offers help
A new tab in myPurdue makes it easier for portal users to get help, said Dwight Snethen, ITaP customer service quality director. Read more.
New frequently asked questions about online registration are now available on the Office of the Registrar's Web site. Read more.
Fall grade-entry a success
For the first time in its history, all final semester (fall 2008) grades at West Lafayette were submitted online in December. More than 99 percent of grades were reported by the Dec. 23 deadline — much earlier than in previous years. About 72 percent were submitted using myPurdue, and 28 percent submitted through Blackboard Vista.
Transcripts now available online
Students currently enrolled at West Lafayette now can order transcripts from the Office of the Registrar through myPurdue. Requests for transcripts also can be made in Room 45 of Hovde Hall or at the kiosk outside that office. There are no fees for requesting transcripts.
Purdue e-mail vital for students
Although there are a number of ways the University can communicate to students, the primary vehicle is Purdue e-mail. All billing, financial aid, registration and other important information is sent to their @purdue.edu e-mail address, so it is vital that they check this account regularly. Tom Robinson, vice president for student services, sent this message to all students last September, and faculty and staff who work directly with students should reiterate this point often.
Provost collecting feedback
The Office of the Provost is gathering feedback from associate deans to assist the Office of the Registrar and OnePurdue with planning future enhancements to the myPurdue portal.