New Systems for TTUHSC Announcements and Events
TTUHSC has launched two new systems for Announcements and Events!
Access each new system at the addresses below:
What is new with the new Announcements and Events systems?
- A new design that is responsive and can be accessed from mobile devices.
- There will be public and private announcements and events.
- Public announcements and events will be visible to anyone inside or outside of TTUHSC.
- Private announcements and events are protected and can only be viewed with your eRaider account.
- Any faculty, staff, or student with a valid eRaider account can submit a request to have an announcement or event posted.
- The announcement and events posting requests will go through a review and approval process before being posted.
- General, non-student related announcements and events will be reviewed by Communications and Marketing.
- Student related announcements and events will be reviewed by Student Services.
Featured announcements or events will display in a highlighted section of the web sites.
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