The 1098-T Tuition Statement is one of the most important forms a financial aid office prepares.
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By upgrading to a new, integrated student information system, schools can organize data, improve efficiency and promote better communication.
A modern student information system can help colleges and career schools boost student retention rates and support at-risk students.
Implementing a new student information system can dramatically improve your school’s technology stack and data management practices.
To improve career and trade school attendance, use a student information system with clock and credit-based attendance software.
An integrated student information system creates a single source of truth, which guarantees that everyone at your school has access to the same information.
A student information system with a financial aid module makes tracking and reporting more reliable and keeps your school compliant with Title IV requirements.
Implementation of a new student information system includes data conversion, data management, validation, training and more.
Cost, ease of use and data security are the most important factors when updating to a cloud-based student information system.
Managing career and trade school data can be complex. A student information system (SIS) simplifies student data management and federal reporting requirements.
A Learning Management System (LMS) is software that universities can use to plan, develop, deliver, and assess the online portions of an educational program, whether
The process of accreditation is complex for institutions of higher education–and has been changing significantly over the past few years. To get a handle on
Sometimes it can be hard to quantify the value of a Student Information System (SIS). You know you need one because it provides necessary user
Deciding on a single fully-integrated ERP system or multiple Best-of-Breeds? For educational institutions, performing tasks like nurturing prospects, providing portals for students and faculty, maintaining
SaaS vs On-premise: What are the Costs? In the first part of our series, Evaluating a Student Information System, I outlined the major risks to
I have been involved in developing student information software, customization, consulting, training and mentoring in small to medium sized schools and colleges for over 30