College System Restored, Registration To Open

January 2, 2017

The Bermuda College network system — which was down last month resulting in a temporary suspension of computer-related operations — has been restored, and registration for the spring 2017 semester will resume on January 3, with the registration deadline extended one day to  January 4th at 6pm.

“The Bermuda College Network System has been restored. The registration process for the spring 2017 semester will resume January 3 and 4,” a spokesperson said.

“Those still needing to register for classes are asked to come to the College when the College re-opens on Tuesday, January 3. Returning students can register online.

“The registration deadline has been extended one day to Wednesday, January 4 at 6p.m.

“The last day to register without incurring the late registration penalty is Friday, January 6.

“Late payment fees will be applied Monday, January 9 when classes resume.”

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  1. mmm says:

    I would think that if the system was down 4 days, the registration period should be extended 4 days, I don,t know how many registration days were in December…don,t simply entend it one day. Further why are there late registration penalties? The folks are trying to get an education, parents are the likely ones paying the tuition, and some are barely making it. Does the college hear the explanation for late registration? Can I join a class 3 weeks past its start date, or will I have to wait til April? Perhaps I have a few hours, every week whereas I would like to do something positive to uplift my education a bit. Keep in mind student numbers have been on the decline for awhile.

  2. no buses says:

    with no buses running in the morning tomorrow, you would think the College would extend the registration to at least Thursday. We all knew before Jan 1 holiday that the union called at meeting at 9:00 am on Tuesday.

    are they really there for our people to get an education?

    what type of leadership is duranda green providing?