Author: Sindie Howland

ctcLink Back to the Future -17 days – 10/22/21

As of today, Finance is no longer able to pay bills until we are up and running again in ctcLink. Throughout the process, continue to send your invoices as you normally would by uploading to eRequester and sending to accounts payable. We will hold the invoices in our queue and pay them as soon as…
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ctcLink Back to the Future -18 days – 10/21/21

Hi: Today is the last day for students and employees to complete all financial transactions.  Our Student Financials and Finance team must complete a hard close of all of our books by October 27 so they need all financial transactions to cease in order to complete this task by the deadline.  This means that student…
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ctcLink Back to the Future -19 days – 10/20/21

Communication with Students:  We are communicating with students about ctcLink in many ways, and you are invited to help us respond to student questions.  Katherine Schiffner, our Director of Public Relations, sent an email out last week regarding this communication and help needed.  In case you missed it, here is a link. A simple way to…
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ctcLink Back to the Future -20 days – 10/19/21

Have you completed your Canvas Course Training?  The State Board has produced Canvas Training courses on the functionality of ctcLink.  Recommended training depending on your role at the college is listed on the ctcLink Training Intranet site.    The course required for all employees is ES100 Employee Self Service.  So far, 361 employees  have registered for this…
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ctcLink Back to the Future -21 days to Go Live – 10/18/21

This is the first of daily emails to provide you with important dates and information regarding the conversion to ctcLink the weekend of November 5 to 7 and the go live day of November 8!  These emails will arrive from me, Sindie Howland, your project manager, in the Daily Digest, and be available in our…
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Communication to Students

Hi everyone,  With 23 days before the implementation of ctcLink, you might be wondering what EvCC is doing to prepare students for the change, support their switch to ctcLink, and ensure employees have the information they need to answer student questions.  Quick Summary: We are communicating with students about ctcLink in many ways, and you…
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ctcLink Update

ctcLink Update:  Go Live date – November 8, 2021! Conversion Cycle 3 is wrapping up next week when Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) complete Data Validation.  The last step in each cycle.  Human Resources, Financial Aid, Student Financials (cashiering and accounts receivable), Finance Office, Admissions, Enrollment Services, Veterans, International Education, Workforce Funding, Testing Center, CCEC, Transitional…
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ctcLink Project Update

ctcLink Update:  With our Go Live date of November 8, 2022 we are now six months from Go Live!  College Subject Matters and others are working hard on activities to prepare us for this transition. We are currently involved in Conversion Cycle 3 with the State Board.  We have turned in updated data files and…
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ctcLink Explainer: Moving from “Project” to “Support”

April 05, 2021 by ctcLink Communications The ctcLink Project includes all the activities needed to move colleges from the HP Legacy system to ctcLink (Oracle PeopleSoft products: Campus Solutions, Finance, Human Capital Management, as well as key third-party applications) in several deployment groups. Who Works with Colleges Before Go-Live? As each group of colleges (deployment…
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ctcLink Update

Dear Colleagues, I am committed to keep you informed about all of the work occurring to transition to the ctcLink Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) technology system. This month colleges from deployment group four (DG4) are transitioning to ctcLink. Centralia College, Edmonds College, Highline College, and Wenatchee College went live on February 8 and the Seattle…
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