Hundreds of students logged on to their accounts to find their schedules weren't there
Just a week before classes begin, a computer glitch is causing some problems at the University of Kentucky.
School officials say that glitch affected hundreds of school schedules. The school spend all day Wednesday working to fix that problem.
UK officials say some sort of computer error impacted the accounts of 947 students. Those students could log on, but were not able to access their schedules for the fall semester.
Some students were concerned that their schedules had been erased, or that they would have to re-register.
UK officials say the schedules were in tact, but had to individually restore the accounts so students could view them.
The schedules were expected to be fixed by 5:00 this evening.
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