|Project Begins||September 10, 2012|
|Test/Conversion/Training Environment||October 2012|
|Production Environment Complete||December 1, 2012|
|Student Person, General Student and Academic History and F/A Migrations||January 1, 2013|
|Begin Processing CCC Apply Admission Applications for Summer/Fall 2013||March 2013|
|Begin Processing Financial Aid for 2013||March 2013|
Self Service for Students and Faculty Go Live; Summer Registration Go Live;
|BRM (Retention & Comm) Go Live||June 2013|
|Finance Go Live; ODS for Finance Go Live; Financial Self Service Go Live;
Workflow Go Live; FLEX Reg Go Live
|LancerPoint Portal and Fall Registration Go Live||July 13, 2013|
|Travel and Expense Go Live; Payroll Go Live||November 2013|
|HR Go Live; ODS for HR Go Live; HR Self Service Go Live||January 1, 2014|
|Project Ends||January 31, 2014|
Release Date: 06/14/2013
Greetings PCC Family,
We’re still a week away from the beginning of the summer semester and registration activity has been brisk in LancerPoint. Currently, summer credit classes are over 82% filled. Faculty have been preparing by attending LancerPoint training sessions, which continue today and conclude next week on June 21. I have heard that these one-hour training sessions are very informative and that LancerPoint is an easier system to use than Legacy—and don’t forget, it’s available 24/7 so if you’re up at 3 a.m. on the first day of classes, you’ll still be able to access course rosters at your convenience.
Release Date: 06/07/2013
Before LancerPoint is fully implemented and its users can enjoy the broad range of useful features, there are numerous technical procedures that must be completed. PCC’s Elizabeth K. Wood is involved with such endeavors particularly through her role in preparing DegreeWorks—the upcoming degree audit, education planner, and pre-requisite checker.
Release Date: 06/06/2013
Greetings PCC Family,
We’ve just completed two weeks of registration in LancerPoint and our credit classes are filled to 67.4 percent as of 7 a.m. of this morning. I wouldn’t say staff members are entirely comfortable with LancerPoint yet, but I think they would all agree that day-by-day they are becoming more and more familiar with it. It will take a while before LancerPoint is second nature to the staff like George was, but judging from the conversations I hear around the Admissions and Records office, I would say that they are indeed much more comfortable than they were 2 weeks ago.