On-Line Registration at TAMIU Big Hit with Students
Students at Texas A&M International University have clearly signaled
that they're not big fans of waiting in line. TAMIU's conversion to an
on-line registration system this Spring semester is a big hit.
"Enrollment utilizing LASSO, our on-line registration program,
has seen a 503% increase over this time last year," said University
registrar Oscar Reyna. "This request for greater on-line access to
information came from our students and they apparently like what we've
done in response."
Reyna said just a few clicks on the University's web site gets students
"It's a simple four-step process that can provide a diverse array
of services that our students will find incredibly beneficial," said
University registrar Oscar Reyna.
He said additional services are grouped into Student Records, Personal
Information, Registration and Schedule, Course Catalog and Available Course
Sections and Financial Aid.
In addition to accessing on-line services through their own computers
and University labs, dedicated computers are also available in the Registrar's
On-line late registration, with fees applied is underway through Friday,
Jan. 14 at https://lasso.tamiu.edu/ahomepg.htm
Registration in person is possible through Wednesday, January 26 in the
Office of the Registrar. Classes began Monday, Jan. 10. For more information
University offices are closed and classes suspended Monday, Jan. 17
in a state-authorized observance of Martin Luther King Day.
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