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DG2 Go-Live and ctcLink Deployment Group Updates

September 27, 2019

All the ctcLink deployment groups are making headway and the ctcLink Steering Committee unanimously approved an October 2019 “Go” for Deployment Group 2 (DG2). Community Colleges of Spokane and Tacoma Community College will upgrade Oct. 11 to 13 to prepare for a Monday, Oct. 14, 2019 Go-Live. Clark College and the SBCTC Agency will convert from the Legacy software to ctcLink PeopleSoft the weekend of Oct. 25 to 27 to get ready for a Monday, Oct. 28, 2019 Go-Live for Clark College and SBCTC employees. Clark College students will go live on ctcLink on Oct. 30. >>

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College and SBCTC ctcLink Teams Out in Front at Northwest HEUG Conference

August 08, 2019

The Community Colleges of Spokane and the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) sent a strong contingent to the Northwest Regional Higher Education User Group to support their professional colleagues, both by sharing PeopleSoft knowledge in workshop sessions and in key roles on the conference planning committee. >>

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