First release of UF COMPASS introduces changes to admissions, student records and data

By on August 2, 2017

The first release of UF COMPASS (the Campus-wide Modernization Program to Advance Student Services) will go live Aug. 7, introducing changes to business processes tied to admissions, student records and the maintenance of registry and biographical/demographic data (citizenship, visa and ethnicity). The initial release will affect the work of core office staff in the Office of Admissions and Office of the University Registrar as well as those who update and/or maintain citizenship, visa and ethnicity registry data.

Future releases slated for later this fall will impact a larger segment of university faculty and staff. For more information, visit the COMPASS Training Page.  The monthly COMPASS Update newsletter also provides news and updates on training.  If you are not currently subscribed to the Update, you can do so here.

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