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June 30, 2007 12:03 AM

Broken: UT San Antonio online application

UtsaJeremy Teale writes in:

I am supposed to graduate from the University of Texas at San Antonio after the summer term. I checked my degree evaluation online and found that all my requirements have been met so I tried to apply for graduation online.

So I went through all the proper steps on the web - I verified my name, declined the alumni association offer, etc. and then I was greeted with the address page above.

It reads "click here to add diploma address, phone," but there's no hyperlink to do so. Then I checked my "Personal Information" tab on the navigation menu and it contained my correct address - so I didn't know why the online application said that it didn't have my address for the diploma.

The acronym for the UTSA online graduation application should be, ASRAP: Automated Student Run-Around Program.



This is frequent. also, the name for these things is "cards that say 'how do you keep an idiot in suspense for hours? see other side for answer' on both sides"

but really, this comment is to say FIRST!

Oh, btw, see a joke page: "to verify your e-mail address please verify your e-mail address."

Posted by: Gabriel J. Smolnycki at June 30, 2007 09:01 AM

These things are designed and programmed by students. What did you expect? You know the quality of your colleagues.... (The future of America is in their hands, folks. Be very afraid!)

Posted by: tartan at June 30, 2007 10:25 AM

Tartan: ....(The future of America is in their hands, folks. Be very afraid!)

ROFL! Now, about the broken site:

1. No Hyperlink=No Care(ing)

2. DOES look like it was designed badly.

4. What happened to number 3?

3. Gosh, is that IMPOSSIBLE to do!

Posted by: Maxaxle at June 30, 2007 05:31 PM

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