The Business Office will be closed on Thursday, May 23, due to a Staff Development Day. This notice expires 5/24/2013. Posted by Mark Roedel
Maintenance completed and the system is once again available for your use. We are currently troubleshooting an issue that is affecting Blackboard’s ability to access file shares. In order to resolve a conflict, we’ll need to have both halves of the system down at once, which will result in Blackboard being unavailable for approximately 7-10 minutes. We believe that this issue, if not resolved immediately, could lead to more issues this evening, and for that reason will be performing a restart at 4:30 p.m. today, Monday, May 20th.
This notice expires 5/20/2012. Posted by Scott Case
The issues with the Electronic Transcript Request system have been resolved.
The system was displaying an error at the appropriate time. However, the error “Access Denied” was misleading. Actually, the students receiving this error had holds preventing them access to the Electronic Transcript Request system. The “Access Denied” error message in this case has been replaced with a more informative error message.
The Electronic Transcript Request system is fully functional.
Email forwarding for Graduates: Email accounts are active until up to 30 days after graduation or if you do not register for the next semester of classes. After this time email accounts may be deactivated. If you are graduating or taking a break from classes, we encourage you to take advantage of our email forwarding services to provide time for your contacts to update to your new email address! To start, email firstname.lastname@example.org let us know you are a graduating student and provide your Student ID, your current LETU email address and the email address you would like your email forwarded to. Accounts with forwarded email addresses will not function for other purposes (Blackboard, wireless, etc) after graduation. More details are available at http://www.letu.edu/it/faq/article/AA-00166/
This notice expires 05/13/2013. Posted by Ken Johnson