ACT College expects to start using a service to better manage its prospective student leads in the next calendar year.
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Colorado Northwestern Community College and the Acton School of Business have both decided to bolster their recruitment efforts with technology.
Purdue University is in the beta testing phase of an application that taps into data from course management, student information, and gradebook systems to predict how well a student is performing in a course.
Portland State University plans to deploy a new application to improve its admissions, recruitment, and retention programs. The Oregon institution has licensed Talisma Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) software from Campus Management Corp.
An Iowa community college is taking a four-pronged approach to using technology as a retention-boosting tool for its expanding distance learning program.
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Iowa Valley Community College District is working on its first year retention efforts through a new program that includes the use of services from EducationDynamics.
Starfish Retention Solutions has updated its hosted retention application specifically to provide features for tutoring and advising centers.
Parature has released a new version of its customer service software for higher education with enhanced features for helping schools manage their social networking efforts.