Gadsden State to implement new registration system for fall semester registration
Gadsden State Community College will be among the first to have access to a new, effective and easy-to-use registration system when registering for fall semester courses. Priority registration is July 11 and 12 for students who have completed 24 semester hours at the College and have a 2.0 or higher GPA. All other students may register beginning July 15.
The OneACCS Self Service Banner System is a single, cloud-based enterprise resource planning software solution.
“OneACCS allows students to efficiently access courses across multiple platforms that accommodate their college and career plans in a streamlined form,” said Dr. Teresa Rhea, dean of Enrollment and Retention. “The effectiveness and efficiency of OneACCS will lead to improved service delivery.”
All students are given a new, unique student identification numbers for personalized service in the system. In addition to registration, students may obtain financial aid information. A mobile component to the system allows students to register wherever they are located.
“OneACCS streamlines processes and information by integrating areas throughout the entire community college system,” Rhea said. “We will see great benefits to our unified system.”
The transition from the current student system to OneACCS has been no small feat because it involves everything from student records to human resources information.
“We will work diligently with our students to make this a successful transition,” she said. “It will help everyone if students proceed with meeting with their advisors so they are prepared for registration.”
Other colleges joining Gadsden State in the pilot group are Calhoun, Drake State, Jefferson State, Northwest-Shoals, Shelton State, Snead State, Wallace-Selma and Wallace State.
For more information on how to register for Gadsden State courses, students can connect with their academic advisor or visit gadsdenstate.edu/enrollmentservices.