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.
A number of private colleges have recently signed on for a program that gives them marketing access to potential students whose families have accounts at specific financial companies.