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We’ve implemented, we’ve adapted, now let’s…. evolve

Improving Central’s Applications and Technology (iCAT) 14 core projects have come to an end, but the legacy behind these projects has just begun. Information Services and business owners are fully committed to continued service improvement of the applications that facilitate all facets of CWU’s student success.

We are revisiting all iCAT projects to evaluate and identify improvements we can make to each individual module. During evaluation periods we will partner with system users and conduct focus groups to hear about what is working and what is not. As a team, we will assess the suggested improvements and evolve the modules for ease of use and efficiency.

The core areas of focus over the next 12 months include:

  • Time and Attendance
  • Online Travel Authorization
  • Faculty 180
  • Online Purchase Requisitions
  • cApps (Electronic Personnel Actions)
  • Chart of Accounts
  • Enterprise Reporting

Central’s Service Desk in Information Services will be the hub and knowledge base for all system enhancements and questions. Stay tuned for project updates and information on new features that will come from the Service Desk.

The iCAT team sends a big THANK YOU to the entire campus community for your continued support, patience, and feedback as we evolve together to provide our students with improved services through technology.

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Meningococcal Meningitis is the leading cause of life threatening meningitis in young adults in the U.S. It strikes about 3,000 people each year with 300 deaths. College students account for about 125 cases and 15 deaths.The infection is spread by air droplets similar to the flu virus and has flu-like symptoms initially. Symptoms can progress rapidly and lead to shock or death in hours.

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