WebAdvisor functions are moving to Self-Service
As we start to transition functionality from WebAdvisor to the new Self-Service product you will notice several changes in look and feel as well as new functionalities such as Financial Aid and Graduation applications. Over the next 12-18 months you will begin to see all modules migrating to Self-Service. Our intent is to make this as seamless as possible.
What is Self-Service and how does it relate to WebAdvisor?
Self-service is a modern version of WebAdvisor with functionality designed to empower students, faculty and staff to manage their business transactions online.
What to Expect
- Self-Service will replace
- Everything you currently do in WebAdvisor can and/or will soon be done in Self-Service.
- Over the next 12-18 months, we will slowly be transitioning allfunctions to Self-Service.
- WebAdvisor will go away in 2021.
To simplify access to Self-Service, WebAdvisor, Canvas and Office 365 it is recommended to use our single sign on solution at https://login.yccd.edu.
Want more details? Then scroll down and keep reading. If you have read all you need, then you can use the images below to go directly to the sites now.
(Please note that WebAdvisor Single Sign-on functionality will not take effect until Labor Day weekend 2019)
Preparing for the change
We know change can be difficult and so while we transition, we will be leaving the options running in both sites for a period of time. However after long, the options will only appear within Self-Service. Also, nothing new will be added to WebAdvisor.
Video on how you get to Self-Service?
What does Self-Service look like?
Comparison of Self-Service to WebAdvisor as an example
Now that you have read all this, then you can also use the images below to go directly to the sites now or go to https://login.yccd.edu to leverage the single sign-on functionality to all our applications.
If you have any questions, need further assistance, or find any issues with the new system, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us