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100 Days to Innovation: Input Sessions & Success Measurements

The 100 Days to Innovation – Project 1 Student Account Creation Committee appreciates and relies on your feedback and questions to ensure our proposed innovation successfully removes barriers to registration for our students. To learn more and ask questions about the proposed innovation, please join members of the committee at one of the following input sessions:

Brighton Campus
Wednesday, May 23
Noon to 1 pm
Flynn Campus Center Forum

Damon City Campus
Friday, May 25
Noon to 1 pm
Lecture Hall 4151

Your input is important as we look to implement this innovation by June 1. Your comments are also welcome via email (<>).

Our proposed innovation enables new students—those who apply online or onsite—to keep their self-established PIN through the first registration cycle. If a student does not remember his or her PIN, a staff member can easily run a report to obtain it. Students will no longer need to activate and access other MCC services (e.g., computer network and email) in order to register for the first time. Please refer to the attachment for more details and answers to previously asked questions.

The success of the implemented solution will be measured in the following quantitative and qualitative ways during summer sessions and the fall semester:

* Percentage of approved applications to students registered
* Average time between date of admission and date of first registration
* Comparison of user name, password and PIN resets
* Satisfaction survey (advisors, faculty and Registration and Records staff)
* Observation/Feedback of Counseling and Advising Center and PAR activities

Thank you.

Jeff Bartkovich
Educational Technology Services

icon 5-Point Innovation & Answers to Previous Questions.pdf