The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) and CollegeSource announce a partnership to give area institutions and students increased access to CollegeSource’s industry-leading transfer solutions – TES and Transferology. Established as part of NEBHE’s Cost Savings Programs, the new partnership enables efficient student transfer, mitigates course credit loss and increases overall transparency across the full transfer process for all education institutions in New England.
CollegeSource’s Transferology® solution experienced a double-digit increase in U.S. transfer and course replacement searches in March-July 2020 versus the same time in 2019. Learn more and view the first Semiannual Transfer Market Trends Report here.
Announced during the CollegeSource Annual Conference – held virtually this year – the 2020 Sourcies went to Humboldt State University for Superior Student Planning Support and to Lehman College (The City University of New York – CUNY) and the University of Southern California (USC) for Innovation in Transfer Evaluation Automation.
By deploying CollegeSource’s Transferology across all public four-year and two-year higher education institutions, states such as Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin are helping students find and evaluate flexible and varied paths to earning degrees. Transferology enables these states and their respective institutions to equitably and efficiently deliver a transparent view of course-to-course transferability and highlight pre-established pathways between partner institutions.
CollegeSource is “clearing the path” with University of Southern California, University of Minnesota, Illinois Statewide University System and Bunker Hill Community College among others at the 2020 CollegeSource Virtual Conference.
Read the press release announcing how Saddleback College uncovered more than 1,700 completed degrees and certificates in hours with Degree Discovery, CollegeSource’s new cloud-based audit add-on service.
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Today CollegeSource made available a public, free-to-use microsite (www.collegesource.com/itt) for institutions of higher education to use in evaluating ITT Technical Institute courses for transfer credit.
CollegeSource is opening up broader access to the ITT course and catalog data in hopes of working with the higher education community in finding new homes for displaced students.
A ten month collaborative effort by Nebraska’s colleges and university has resulted in a statewide web portal that utilizes TES® to deliver transfer information to students.