LUO Launching its New Student Information System

LUO Launching its New Student Information System

Forest, VA — September 10, 2012

Light University Online Launching its New Student Information System

Light  University Online of Virginia ( is set to launch its new, state-of-the-art student information system  on October 1st.   Working with  partner Waterford Technologies Inc. (, our in-house development team helped design a new Light  University Online  that will feature such  benefits as simple navigation, a graphically pleasing interface, and easy to  use course registration modules…just to name a few!

Shaun Redgate, Vice President for Enrollment  Management, says this new student information system was necessary because of  the growth of the university and the need to provide a more customized solution  to better serve its students.  “I’m  thrilled to see the end result of months of hard work and development.  And better yet, I know our students’ will  appreciate the user-friendly features as they register for courses, check their  academic progress, and interact with the university support staff.”

Steve Horton, President of Waterford  Technologies says it was time for a change.   “This time through we’ve designed a solution that meets the unique needs  of Light University Online.  By taking advantage of the latest technologies we  ensured that the system can grow to meet the demands of their growing  university AND offer the best experience to their students.”

Light University Online, a distinctively  Christian institution, offers world-renowned faculty, a robust and interactive  online learning experience, proactive student support, and a relevant  curriculum to help ensure students’ success. Students enjoy interacting with  peers around the world, flexibility in time and place of study, achievable five-week  terms, and small, tight-knit “virtual” classes. As a result of these  “best-in-class” features, Light University Online has experienced a  300% year over year growth rate and has already graduated close to 400 students  who are now better trained in the helping ministries.

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