Although there was no priority registration for Extended Spring, this disaster shouldn’t be incredibly surprising to students.
OP-ED: Registration fiasco is the result of no winter
The registration fiasco could have been avoided if the calendar had been left alone. The Board and administrators tried to fix something that was never broken.
Broken but not beaten
Frederick swam her fastest, literally, to the finishing line. As she got out of the pool, she heard the roar of applause from the stands. She didnâ€™t know it, but Frederick had broken yet another Pasadena City College swims record.
EDITORIAL: Administration should plan a 2014 winter session
The quickest and least painful way for the administration to defuse this crisis of confidence would be for it to immediately propose an official 2013-14 college calendar that includes a winter session. We urge it to do so without delay.
Calendar committee OKs winter intersession plan
The Calendar Standing Committee voted unanimously to propose a model calendar for the 2013-14 year that includes a winter session at its special meeting on Tuesday.
Calendar Committee meets despite cancellation
The Calendar Standing Committee met at its regular time on Thursday despite the meeting being cancelled.
The agenda for the meeting, which was not distributed because it was cancelled, included consideration of a 2013-14 calendar that included a winter intersession and one that did not, according to Academic Senate appointed Co-Chair Krista Walter.
Confusion emerges over summer courses
Much confusion and uncertainty surrounding the transferability of summer classes emerged at the Feb. 20 Associated Students Executive Board meeting.
Calendar change affects study abroad programs
Due to the elimination of the winter intersession, study abroad programs offered by the college have had to be radically rearranged, officials said.
New 2013-14 college calendar excludes winter
A three-semester calendar for the 2013-2014 academic year, excluding any winter intersession, was presented to the Calendar Standing Committee on Jan. 31.
AS to hold town hall meeting
The Associated Students will hold a town hall meeting Jan 24 to discuss student problems with transferring credits to colleges after the elimination of winter intersession, and the feasibility of changing the smoking policy on campus.