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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 15, 2000- 7

U emphasizes low risk, increased
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which maintains Wolverine Access.
"It's not a situation that's high risk,"
* McElvain said, adding that the Univer-
sity could revert to the telephone sys-
tem, Course Registration Involving
Student Participation, if any problems
were to occur.
Since online registration, like tele-
phone registration, functions in real
time, modem disconnections would
not erase any confirmed course regis-
tration.
"Anything it has confirmed to you is

saved during each and every step that's
taken. If it responds to you, you have it.
It's not as if it's saving things up and
processing them," McElvain said.
The addition of online registration
will change the interface of Wolverine
Access, but McElvain said it should
not affect a student's ability to navigate
the Website.
"From a student's perspective,
changes will appear to be relatively
cosmetic," McElvain said.
Mueller said the M-Pathways team
surveyed about 150 students, who
responded positively to the program,
adding that student input was a vital part

of developing a web-based registration.
LSA sophomore Kirt Marsh said the
online system would simplify the
process of enrolling for classes.
"Instead of having to use two differ-
ent kinds of media, it would be one-
stop shopping,"he said.
Engineering junior Carla Didlake
said a web-based registration pro-
gram would be more cost-effective
because students could amend their
schedules from their permanent resi-
dences without placing a long-dis-
tance phone call.
"It's cheaper and more convenient,"
Didlake said.

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get. "We instituted instead a floor funding level (of $4,500
per student) and most schools are way above" that figure,
Schwarz said.
The only school that does not have a floor funding level is
Grand Valley State University whose enrollment is increas-
ing too quickly to keep up with, Schwarz. But, GVSU did
receive a 14.4 percent increase.
The University is receiving $9,786 per student.
Schwarz said he does not expect the changes to have a
large impact on the bill's path to the governor.
"My hope is that my colleagues in the House will take a
look at this bill and say 'this is an awfully good bill and we
shouldn't tinker with it too much,"' Schwarz said.
Smith said she would have liked to remove the tuition
restraint language from the bill that says if schools do not
keep their tuition down to a certain level then they will lose

some of their funding, causing them to raise their tuition
anyway.
"I think it's important that we keep tuition down,"
Smith said. But the tuition restraint language is
"arguably unconstitutional" and creates a "vicious cir-
cle."
But Schwarz said that measure would be unneces-
sary because in the hearings every school asked for a
figure that would keep tuition under a 2.8 percent
increase.
"In every case we exceed that number," Schwarz said.
While Smith's proposal did receive some support,
Wilbanks said, "others feel this is a way of reminding uni-
versities to keep tuitions low."
As for the University's tuition increase, Wilbanks was
hesitant to make any predictions until the budget is finalized
in June.
"You don't want to say it's over until it's over," she
said.

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