On Friday, the University of Central Florida made the announcement of a new system that would "allow students to secure classes faster, more efficiently and free of charge." This comes after the school punished a student named Tim Arnold for creating a paid service to expedite registration.

“As we implement our enhanced registration process — one that is free and compatible with our systems — we invite the developer of the outside website, and others, to help us make UCF more efficient," said Grant Heston, UCF associate vice-president for communications, on the site. "Any idea that has the potential to improve services for students is worthy of consideration.”

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