Letter to the editor: Thanks for sticking with us through registration changes
June 25, 2013
The faculty, staff, administrators and board of trustees wish to thank you for your continued support of Lake Tahoe Community College. We know our new online registration system has created challenges and sometimes insurmountable obstacles for some in our local community. We sincerely appreciate your patience throughout this transition and your feedback has helped us in making continuous improvements.
Moving LTCC to a new integrated technology system began several years ago, which was necessary to be in compliance with federal and state data reporting requirements as well as accreditation. Our new integrated system has also allowed us to provide expanded online student services.
We have learned much over the past academic year, and our college staff have worked very hard to make changes and improvements to the new system in an effort to make it more user friendly. Summer registration has started, and we invite you try our new system again. We have friendly and capable staff available to help you as well as student ambassadors standing by in person and on the phone.
Our faculty have also worked hard to redesign many of our classes and programs in response to changes in California legislation. Please review our new summer and fall schedules for new classes that interest you and fit your needs. You will also find some new and redesigned classes that highlight our unique environment and offer exciting opportunities for personal enrichment as well as educational and career advancement. We invite you back to LTCC!
Again, thank you for your continued support of LTCC; we are your local community college.
Kindred I. Murillo, Ed.D.
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