FAMU says it has more students register now than this time last year, but students say a computer glitch two weeks ago has caused headaches. The mess up was in a modified computer system called iRattler run by IBM--which students use to pay for classes and register. FAMU says it accommodated students by pushing the registration deadline back two or three days.
Now--the University says at least 11-thousand students have been registered. Some students say the process has been frustrating.
Chris Hargrett, a FAMU Student said, "It's basically something that's new and introduced to the system and a lot of holes and a lot of different discrepancies came up with the system, so you know students got to revert back and do a lot of things. It's just a big mess man."
Registration is set to close sometime Thursday and FAMU expects no future issues with their system.
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