Review decisions made by the Student Sunrise Steering Committee during the two years we were configuring Workday Student.
New tools in Workday will improve the experience for both students and advisors.
When Workday Student goes live, the WashU community will see improvements made to both student financials and financial aid processes.
Registration now open for Sneak Peek webinar series to prepare you for changes coming.
The student experience has always been a main focus for Sunrise functional leads Marissa Kaltwasser and Trevor Bilhorn, both in their former roles as WashU school registrars, and now as part of the Workday Student implementation.
This phase of work began this summer with a Readiness Ramp-up and continues through the fall with Workday Student Readiness Kickoffs in each of the schools and other academic units.
Students and staff will have an easier time managing leaves of absence thanks to a unified process in Workday Student.
Keri Disch arrived at WashU in July 2020 to lead the Office of the University Registrar and help reimagine the university’s registration processes in partnership with the Student Sunrise project.
Improved student experience and Workday’s searching and tracking functionality drive these changes.
Governance group assesses projects to ensure no unanticipated impacts to Workday Student implementation.
The Student Sunrise team has completed its first draft of security role assignments in Workday Student. Schools and units will review these assignments three times.
Advisors, instructors, students, and other affected stakeholder groups will begin to see and hear more details of our transition to Workday Student beginning fall 2023.
More equitable enforcement of requirements and reduced manual effort for school registrars and others is anticipated.
Academic and prime divisions will go away when Workday goes live. We will manage the associated data, processes and policies in a slightly different way but to mostly the same ends.
Learn what academic and student support will look like in the future with Workday Student.
These changes will provide simpler, consistent and more equitable grading schemes to improve student and instructor experience.
WashU will adopt a universal four-digit course numbering system to indicate course progression and to support curriculum management in Workday Student.
A review of 147 WashU student systems has shaped the scope of the Workday Student project.
Here’s a preview of what will happen between now and November 1.
In Workday, a business process is an automated workflow that routes tasks to designated users. These processes will improve student experience and make operations more consistent and efficient.