University of Colorado freshman Maram Alhouti, at left, junior Candice Clouse and Sianna Elmanouzi look at their class schedules on Tuesday in the University Memorial Center. The web portal where students can access their schedules has experienced several outages this week making it difficult for students and faculty to access course information. 
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JEREMY PAPASSO
University of Colorado freshman Maram Alhouti, at left, junior Candice Clouse and Sianna Elmanouzi look at their class schedules on Tuesday in the University Memorial Center. The web portal where students can access their schedules has experienced several outages this week making it difficult for students and faculty to access course information. Jeremy Papasso/ Colorado Daily

The University of Colorado’s web portal, MyCUInfo, is operational today after several outages this week caused problems for students and faculty.

The portal has been functional since 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the Office of Information Technology website, and no problems have been reported since, university officials said.

Problems, including outages and slowing due to heavy traffic, began on Monday morning, the first day of spring classes and persisted throughout most of the day on Tuesday. The university has not determined what the issues are but have been working closely with vendors to fix them.

The portal allows students to access their class schedules, grades, tuition bill and add and drop classes. Faculty also use the portal to access class rosters and other information often needed at the beginning of the semester.

Visit colorado.edu/oit for more information about outages and slowing.