According to InfoCuts, the UAccess system of the University of Arizona is an online registration system that isn’t just used for one-time registration. The system could be used by the students to register for courses online and the students have the freedom to add and drop courses as they see fit. Obviously the process isn’t free and there are respective fees and charges attached to the adding or dropping of courses.
For instance, late dropping of courses leads to a fixed amount of fine and adding an extra course on top of the courses that have already been selected for a particular semester costs the student the extra money which is the standard rate of the course. The best thing is that all fees and fines are payable through Master Card and Visa so the students don’t have to worry about any lengthy procedure for their selection and amendments of their course structure.
Another thing that is great about the UAccess is that the system lets the students get the updated schedule of their newly selected or added courses so that they could get the proper classes right away without the hassle of running to notice boards or getting schedule information from other students. This is obviously very useful and this kind of automation was a huge necessity for the University of Arizona because in the past students have had to face a lot of trouble because of the long procedures.
The whole UAccess system is very helpful and it doesn’t even require a lot of work from the web developers because it is a very simple system which is implemented very easily through any web programming language.