Seniors move rapidly through enrolment process


The enrollment desks in the Sports Hall. | Photo: Harry Lincoln

Enrolment has been speeded up significantly as the second and third year students came back to Lincoln. As seniors will know, enrolment has always been a bit of a trial.

Enrolment has been speeded up significantly as the second and third year students came back to Lincoln. As seniors will know, enrolment has always been a bit of a trial.

Last year queues were stretching all along the sports hall and taking an average time of two and a half hours patience wore thin amongst students. Also, the introduction of university membership-card readers have proved to be time saving when joining queues for the monotone chat with the university staff; ‘name, form, ID….’ and so on.

Something else that has been cleaned up considerably is how timetables are dealt with, now being sorted out and made available on the University’s home page. Some freshers last year were subjected to being grabbed by their future tutors and having the general outline of a timetable pencilled on a make-shift bit of scrap paper. I for one had a post-it note thrust into my hand with the reassuring send-off from the tutor ‘there ya,’ while in transit with a wake of other bermused students; ‘Cheers then!’ Then again, that was my experience. Was yours different?

By Harry Lincoln

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