One stop service provided for students

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    By Brittany Candrian

    One Stop Student Services will make life easier for students by allowing them to pay tuition, check on financial aid and add and drop classes all in one location.

    “We tried to get as many services together so students don”t have to go all across cam pus,” said Dave Orton, Technology Support manager for the Office of IT Services.

    For the first time students will also be able to rent lockers and buy UTA bus passes along with the other services, Orton said.

    “We”ll do anything we can to make it an easier and a better experience for the students,” he said.

    There are nearly 50 computers, 16 phones and six printers set up at the One Stop service. Kiosks are also available for students to print out their schedules or health insurance information.

    The services will be available from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today and tomorrow in 3220-3224 WSC.

    To encourage students to use the One Stop services, the student service windows in the ASB will be closed.

    Student services will be available in their permanent locations during Women”s Conference through the add/drop deadline on Tuesday, May 6th.

    Orton said the One Stop service is a result of President Merrill J. Bateman”s vision of students taking care of all their needs in one place.

    The One Stop services benefited nearly two-thirds of BYU”s student body during winter semester.

    One Stop Services available:

      -add/drop classes

      -locker rentals

      -UTA bus passes

      -parking permits

      -financial aid

      -tuition payments

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