Oregon’s colleges and universities are required to prominently designate no-cost and low-cost courses in the schedule since the 2015 passage of HB 2871. This is essential information to share with students because it enables them to make informed decisions about cost at the point of registration. Yet implementing the designation means bringing together personnel and information systems that may not have worked together before.
Portland, Mt Hood, and Treasure Valley Community College staff share how they used Jenzabar and Banner student information systems to add exemplary functionality to their colleges’ schedules, including searching by no-cost and low-cost course materials and using the designation for research purposes.
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