The work of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, while perhaps not as highly visible as that of some other organizations, is continuing as it has for the past 40-plus years, helping colleges and universities translate data into usable information for decision makers. Here, CT speaks with Sally Johnstone, who recently began her role as the nonprofit organization's new president.
Central Arizona College has adopted a suite of academic and administrative software in an effort to better serve a growing student population.
Liberty University, in Lynchburg, VA, is moving from a collection of manual procurement processes to a new portfolio of spend management software programs.
Augusta University has teamed up with a private partner in an effort to streamline its graduate admissions process.
Destiny Solutions has released a new version of its software, Destiny One, designed to help colleges and universities manage and support non-traditional education programs, including professional development, non-credit continuing education and corporate-sponsored training.
Cedarville University in Ohio is simplifying its tuition payment processing with technology from ACI Worldwide.
Florida State University has recently gone public with its expanded use of an e-procurement suite in an effort to improve visibility into its procurement processes.
A new, multi-national study also found that students want to see a single application to track progress on their degree.
Princeton University has partnered with a mobile media company to launch a series of user-generated marketing campaigns intended to reach current and prospective students as well as alumni.
Blackboard has partnered with FATV (Financial Aid TV) to provide current and prospective students with on-demand access to financial aid and financial literacy videos.