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Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Students will be able to view their final grades on a new website next week.

Student services, such as transcripts and degree audits, will move from ISIS to One.UF, UF’s new online class registration system, on Feb. 19, Tracy Gale, UF’s Information Technology communications manager, wrote in an email. Currently, students can access a version of the site to search for classes.

The changes are part of a campus-wide, multi-year program to modernize student services and make them easier to use, she said.

Students will be able to access the site on smartphones and mobile devices. Gale said the site will be easier to access on all devices and have a modern design with better technological support than ISIS has.

“ONE.UF is a portal, and the plans are to move more student services (or “apps”) to the one.ufl.edu platform,” she said.

Rachel Farmer, a UF mechanical engineering junior, said she hopes the One.UF mobile website will be easier to use than ISIS.

“It’s just not a good interface on the mobile,” the 20-year-old said. “It’s just kind of ‘eh.’”

She said she would like to see a One.UF app that is more compatible with her Android phone so she can check her class schedule more easily.

“It would be really convenient if One.UF incorporated an app,” she said. 

Contact Katelyn Newberg at knewberg@alligator.org and follow her on Twitter @k_newberg.

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