Two companies that develop software for higher education operations have teamed up to help customers with enrollment management. Intelliworks, which sells constituent relationship management applications, and Starfish Retention Solutions, which sells early-alert programs to monitor daily student participation, have begun working together to integrate their offerings.
The American College of Healthcare Sciences, which provides holistic health education online, has selected TopSchool for student lifecycle management.
Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana has bolstered its recruitment and retention efforts with a new Web-based application.
Working parents may be able to head back to college to earn their degrees with full scholarships under a new project launched by eLearners.com, a site that provides information about online degrees and colleges.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has gone public with its implementation of analytics software from iStrategy Solutions.
The University of California, Riverside has selected Intelliworks Chat to provide a mechanism for admissions representatives to engage in a live chat with prospects and capture those interactions in the Intelliworks relationship management application.
Oracle has updated its institutional customer relationship management software to bolster event management capabilities. PeopleSoft Enterprise CRM release 9.1 for Higher Education also includes improvements in personalized recruiting and a new service center module.
Community college leaders are putting technology at the forefront of their efforts to retain and graduate students. Here, we focus on key retention practices that are part of a larger vision to meet the needs of the 21st century learner.
Remington College will be using programs from Sparkroom to automate its lead delivery and obtain visibility into the performance of direct marketing efforts.
As one of the smallest liberal arts colleges in the United States, Shimer College is facing some formidable challenges. With just 100 students, Shimer focuses its curriculum exclusively on the "Great Books," from the Bible to Homer to Nietzsche to Virginia Woolf. Despite the fact that the college ranks in the top 1 percent of U.S. colleges and universities in producing doctoral candidates, it is working hard to maintain and grow its enrollment.