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On-post school turns to Web-based scheduling

April 16, 2001

City Colleges of Chicago, an organization offering courses at Fort Campbell's Education Center, recently signed a contract with TimeTrade Systems Inc. to implement a Web-based scheduling system for its member colleges.

The system will allow students to self-register for exams via the Internet. Before TimeTrade's system was implemented, clerks manually scheduled appointments for more exams.
April 16, 2001

City Colleges of Chicago, an organization offering courses at Fort Campbell's Education Center, recently signed a contract with TimeTrade Systems Inc. to implement a Web-based scheduling system for its member colleges.

The system will allow students to self-register for exams via the Internet. Before TimeTrade's system was implemented, clerks manually scheduled appointments for more exams.

"Scheduling multiple exams for over 3,000 students at multiple locations with a limited number of PCs was a challenging task," said one CCC spokesperson in a news release. "We knew there had to be a better way."

City Colleges of Chicago is comprised of seven accredited public community colleges that enroll more than 160,000 students in credit, non-credit and adult education programs across the country.