Recruitment & Retention

Becker College Turns to SaaS Student Retention System

As part of its effort to improve graduation and retention rates, Becker College has adopted a hosted early alert tool and a case management system from Starfish Retention Solutions.

CampusCruiser Launches Academic Alert

CampusCruiser has released Academic Alert, a cloud-based platform designed to help colleges and universities identify at-risk students.

Jenzabar Launches Cloud-Based Recruitment Manager

Higher education enterprise software and services developer Jenzabar has launched a new enrollment management solution, Jenzabar Recruitment Manager.

U South Florida Adopts New CRM To Improve Communication

The University of South Florida is updating and improving its recruiting and admissions capabilities at its Tampa campus with new software designed to "broaden and improve communication channels to students," the school said in a news release.

Tyler Junior College Adopts Student Engagement Platform

Tyler Junior College (TJC) has implemented a new platform for its student engagement and communication efforts.

TargetX Adds YouTube Tracking, Communication Tools to Student Recruitment Manager

TargetX has unveiled a new version of its Student Recruitment Manager with YouTube tracking and new communication tools.

U Sciences Applies Sage Millennium To Woo Donors

The United States' oldest pharmacy school has gone public with its implementation of software for managing its relationships with 14,000 alumni.

Ball State Seeks Improved Student Retention with CRM

Ball State University is seeking to boost retention with the adoption of a constituent relationship management platform and fundraising suite.

Vanderbilt University Overhauls Admissions Systems

Vanderbilt University is consolidating its six legacy admissions systems into a single solution with Oracle CRM.

Taking Homegrown Products to Market

Universities are wrestling with the possibilities and pitfalls of making homegrown IT products available beyond their campuses. CT spoke with John Campbell, associate vice president for academic technologies at Purdue University (IN), about the school's decision to choose a commercial partnership over an open source approach when marketing Signals, its student-retention program.