Congratulations, we've almost made it through our first week in ctcLink! Thanks to you all for getting activated, participating in trainings and submitting and approving time cards. Today we will continue training and finalizing time cards for the pay period. Monday we begin supporting student account activation in preparation for when Registration opens May 24th.
Next Monday, May 16, you’ll be invited to activate your ctcLink account. This is important because this affects the way you do many things like register for classes, pay tuition, manage financial aid, and more.
There are 3 important steps for you to take next week:
Today, May 12, all Faculty and Adjunct Faculty are invited to activate their ctcLink account. Today is also the last day for all employees to submit and approve hours worked or absences before the payroll deadline.
If you need help with these first steps, please contact the IT Help Desk via zoom, phone call or in person.
Today, May 11, we invite student employees, part-time, hourly, and temporary staff to activate their ctcLink account. Remember, Thursday is the deadline for reporting and approving Time and Absence before the payroll deadline.
We have successfully launched ctcLink! This is a major step for SPSCC and the beginning of a process that will be filled with learning and mastering this new system. So many of you have brought us here and I thank you for your tremendous work.
The project team and front line staff are activating their accounts today. This week, other employees will be invited to activate their accounts. Here’s the schedule:
Over the weekend, the ctcLink project team successfully launched ctcLink! This week, staff and faculty are activating their accounts and learning to use the system, so most Student Services are closed Monday & Tuesday. Here's what you should know:
The legacy HP system is officially offline and teams are working this weekend to complete a final data validation and transition to ctcLink. The website will see significant changes to accommodate new processes over the weekend, too.
What’s Happening May 9
The project team and front line staff will be activating their accounts on Monday, May 9. Workshops and activation support begin at 8 a.m. on Monday morning. You can check out the schedule now and mark your calendars for the entire week of events.
This is the last week before we go live! This week is all about shutting down the legacy HP system and preparing for our final conversion. The Admissions Application will be taken offline and a temporary application form will be stood up in its place until after go live. The Legacy system will go down May 5 and go live go live activities are on track for Sunday May 8.
We're officially 2 weeks away from "go-live" on ctcLink. As a reminder, this is a new campus-wide administrative system that will impact the way to register, pay tuition & fees, view your grades, and more. You'll be invited to activate your ctcLink account and use it the week of May 16 - 20.
Today is the last day to submit leave in our TLR system. A new MySPSCC will go live this week and is where many of our ctcLink and non-ctcLink administrative systems will be located. See our more detailed description of what the Limited Services Period after go live will look like.
Four short weeks until the college moves to the state-wide ctcLink system. Today, April 11, there are critical Finance and HR deadlines. Please read on for those details. There is an all campus forum this Friday, April 15, at 9 a.m. on Zoom to explain all of the activities over the next four weeks and important expectations after May 9. Please join us!
This Friday April 8, the project team will be engaging in our last dry run (mock go live) exercise. All key project team members will be involved in this exercise starting at 10:00am and lasting until approximately 2:00pm.
Now that we are less than two months from our May 9 ctcLink GoLive date, it’s time for all employees to start learning about this new system. To make this easier, we are enrolling all staff and faculty in a ctcLink training course called “ES100 HCM Employee Self-Service” to learn how you will do important personnel functions like tracking work time, submitting leave requests, updating your personal information, accessing your paycheck information, and creating travel authorizations.
Last summer the college settled on ClipperID as the single standard credential used for getting access to stuff. We have been able to move all of our college applications (close to 40) to use ClipperID, which is the same as one's SPSCC email address.
When we move to ctcLink, we will need to learn a second set of credentials to access all things ctcLink. This will be the case until which time the SBCTC develops the Okta connector that allows these two sets of credentials to be merged into one.