After a year of virtual everything, we weren’t sure what to expect. As usual, our user community showed up in a big way ready to learn, discuss, and engage with their peers and us. Read our full recap here.
This year, Jefferson Community and Technical College, Metropolitan State University and California State University, San Bernardino were recognized for best practices in transfer and degree achievement by CollegeSource.
Learn about the latest features! TES, the all-in-one solution for evaluating and tracking transfer credit, now includes advanced course equivalency creation capabilities and powerful analytics.
In this SearchCIO article, Joel Reeves, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, shares five ways that CIOs in higher education can “effectively drive technology strategies and improve operational success across the institution.”
EdScoop’s Colin Wood interviews Scott Fiedler, College Director of Admissions and Registrar at Ozarks Technical Community College, about why their institution decided to implement uAchieve, a more robust degree audit and planning tool than what they previously used.
Addressing pandemic-induced retention drop among two-year institutions, CollegeSource tracks real-time degree progress to help students reach educational goals.
While this announcement will likely not come as a surprise, we have decided to host our CollegeSource Annual Conference virtually this year. We hope to build on last year’s experience and the feedback we received to deliver another excellent training experience for our user community.
Our 3rd Transfer Week Webinar Series was a great success, thanks to our incredible presenters, panelists, moderators, and participants! The high turnout at our series and the many events held across the country demonstrate the dedication and passion of transfer professionals to improving the experience for students.
Registration is now open for our 3rd Annual Transfer Week Webinar Series! Don’t miss these free daily transfer talks with experts from across Higher Ed. New this year we’re introducing small group breakout discussions on Zoom. Visit the Transfer Week website to see session details and register.
During the Transfer Week Webinar Series on October 19-23, 2020, presentations and panel sessions on various transfer topics will be offered free for anyone who wants to attend. New this year, we will also have networking discussion groups and opportunities to sign up for product demos.