Technical problems with Ohio State University's new records system are causing headaches for hundreds of students who haven't received their financial aid packages for summer classes yet, reports the Columbus Dispatch. Less than a week before summer classes start, OSU officials said they were still scrambling to notify some students about their scholarships, grants, and loans because of unexpected hiccups in the $50 million student information system. Although leaders say they are working to resolve problems, they can't guarantee that everyone will get their money by June 22, when fees for summer courses are due. "We appreciate students being patient...

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