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Archive for October, 2012

UM Website Redesign Project: Announcement of Survey Winners

Posted on: October 30th, 2012 by Deetra Wiley

In October, the University of Mississippi (UM) conducted a survey on the UM Website Redesign Project to gauge initial reactions and to gather input for future enhancements to the UM Website. The survey was open to students, parents, employees, alumni, fans and other interested individuals who were age 18 or older. To be eligible to win, survey participants […]

Provide Guests With Internet Access Using Wireless Guest Services

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by JIMMY BALL

Today, University of Mississippi (UM) students, staff and faculty can gain internet access by using the UM wireless network.  Using a UM WebID and corresponding password, UM wireless service is available at various locations on our Oxford and regional campuses.  Further, parents visiting one of our campuses may also gain UM wireless access, provided they […]

Time Entry & Approval is Going Online

Posted on: October 15th, 2012 by Al Ling

With the launch of other self-service applications for employees in myOleMiss, an application for time entry and approval seems like a natural fit.  The Offices of Information Technology (IT) and Human Resources (HR) partnered to develop self-service applications for time entry and approval.  The design is based on the current paper time sheet, which will […]

Analytics Report: Fall/Spring Enrollment Comparison

Posted on: October 10th, 2012 by svlukose

 Analytics in myOleMiss has been updated with a new report that will provide a breakdown and details on the number of current students who are yet to enroll after priority registration has started. Separate reports are available for undergraduate and graduate, law and Pharm D students. The report will have information about the upcoming spring […]

IT Maintenance Announcements – October 2012

Posted on: October 1st, 2012 by JIMMY BALL

A brief list of the IT maintenance events along with the impacted systems and services.