Access to School Account. By providing Ultrinsic with your username and password for your online school account, you authorize Ultrinsic to access the account and to view and record any information in your account.
There's a lot they can potentially access beyond a simple transcript and course schedule. At least at my school, computer lab logins, library account, tuition and fees, financial aid, even purchasing a parking permit is all done through the same UN/PW pair.
And Grandma will correctly reply: "WTF is all this other stuff" "F%$k off Dick, I'll just call Aunt June to get the number."
Damn... Grandma has really developed a potty mouth lately.
Get a grip, and learn. I suggest going back to school. Just my opinion though.
Ah, but here lies the problem. Schools are no longer teaching COBOL. They are teaching Windows and Linux, C++ and JAVA, and distributed/clustered computing. They, apparently, could care less about COBOL and mainframes.
"Little else matters than to write good code." -- Karl Lehenbauer