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Today@Tri-C is moving to My Tri-C Space
College is set to roll out Luminis portal on Friday


Faculty and staff who are used to being taken to Today@Tri-C when they click the Internet Explorer icon on their computers will soon see something different. Beginning Friday, Oct. 27, Today@Tri-C will be relocating to the College’s new My Tri-C Space, a portal for faculty, staff and students that centralizes many processes and groups information in one Web-based area.

On Friday, users will first  encounter the  sign-in screen like the one on the left. Faculty and staff will need their S numbers (as opposed to their social security numbers) to enter the portal, and their network passwords.

My Tri-C Space is a
highly customizable environment, with channels developed for specific groups, campus announcements, and a central calendar. The My-Tri-C Space committee has developed a Web site, training sessions and online tutorials to answer questions and provide help. For more information, visit http://infonet.tri-c.edu/MTC .


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Training department charged with teaching employees new portal

Your pet's name in lights? Enter them in the "I Love My Pet" show

Westlake credit enrollment hits 1,480; over 100 sections now offered

Instructor's poster raises money for hurricane relief

Live Chat Debuts at Tri-C
 

College will close for winter leave

Help re-name the online "Registrar" system

Changing your address in Banner just got easier

Tri-C's Tobacco Task Force and the Health and Wellness Center are conducting a survey

Call for Presentations for 3rd annual Faculty Colloquium

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Special Events


Through 10/26
Tri-C Gallery East presents: Personal Expressions/Featured Students, 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, Eastern Campus  Info

Monday, 10/16 through 10/29

Giving Women Power Over AIDS
traveling exhibit. Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Western Campus Library, Student Services Building, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Global Campaign for Microbicides, the exhibition features In Her Mother's Shoes, an award-winning story and photo essay by The Seattle Times about women and children amidst the devastation in a world of AIDS. To learn more visit www.global-campaign.org, or call The Global Campaign for Microbicides at 202-822-0033.

 

 Last Updated on: 10/27/06 • Send comments or Story Ideas to Today@Tri-C © Cuyahoga Community College 2006