In this Campus Technology article, learn about the University of Southern California’s decision to transition their degree audit to the cloud.
In this article, Stan Novak, Senior Market Analyst and Interdepartmental Liaison at CollegeSource, warns against the temptation in higher education to prioritize AI-powered solutions when addressing widening equity gaps.
CollegeSource is proud to have played a role in the Boston College EagleApps project with the integration of the uAchieve Degree Audit as a streamlined way to track student progress toward degree completion and automatically determine equivalent credit and degree applicability of transfer coursework.
Scott Ziolko of Columbia College of Missouri’s Office of the Registrar shares how his institution uses technology in combination with streamlined transfer plans and policies to attract more transfer students, ultimately guiding them to degree completion.
With the right framework and equitable approaches, dual enrollment programs can help deliver distinct benefits to all students in terms of college readiness, access to a broader array of courses, higher college success rates, and cost savings.
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.