College speeds-up registration process |

College speeds-up registration process

New cards and fewer lines are presents Lake Tahoe Community College is giving students this winter season.

The college will be issuing the plastic cards, with a mountain backdrop and student photo, to be used as library, identification and student discount cards.

Eventually the college will use them to sign students in and out of various labs.

They are free to LTCC students and will be available at the Student Center during the first five days of registration and the first two weeks of class.

Students wanting Associated Student Council discounts can pay $10 for a sticker.

To ease the congestion of registration lines, Admissions and Records is adding a day for continuing full-time students. Full-time students take 12 or more units.

Officials hope the new system will minimize lines and cut the waiting time from what it was for fall registration.

A pilot online registration system is planned for the winter quarter 2004.

The college will be closed for the holidays from Dec. 21 to Jan. 1. Classes begin Jan. 6 with registration ending Jan. 10.

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