Current trends in enrollment, persistence and attainment dictate the need for ed tech that will help states and institutions connect meaningfully with nontraditional students. The challenge is to provide them a virtual gateway to timely academic advising resources, while reducing administrative workload.
The CourseAtlas™ is a suite of off-the-shelf products that utilize a shared repository of integrated data to evaluate and promote how all types of learning is equivalent to college credit.
One-third of today’s students attend more than one institution on their way to a credential. Our portals provide those who do with useful and exact information about transfer options to overcome the obstacles they would face with loss of credits.
Helps you market your information on a broader scale. Requirements are displayed on your profile, as well as valuable links to your website and social media outlets. Leads can be engaged and tracked by providing the ability to request more information.
Simplifies the upload and organization of equivalencies sourced from multiple student information management systems. It automates and streamlines the way your staff proposes, evaluates and decides upon equivalency information.
Reduces time and effort needed to maintain consistent course equivalencies by tracking changes between your SIS or degree audit system and our solution eliminating the need for double entry.
Allows you to manage the online publication and promotion of articulation agreements. Documents can be uploaded for display, and intuitive search options make them easy to find.
Uses the data you have provided within the portal to populate a customizable widget for your website. It gives students easy access to equivalency and transfer agreement information.
A digital portfolio of compiled academic and prior learning history to share with advisors.
A secure interface that imports a student’s course history from institutional data systems.
A transfer degree audit showing how courses will count toward specific majors by institution.
A view of how past, current and future courses are equivalent to those at another institution.
An interactive application to explore opportunities based on the mobility of academic history to other institutions.
Access to institutional transfer profiles, agreements and equivalency information.
It’s estimated that 65% of postsecondary learning occurs outside the classroom. Our solution provides institutions and statewide systems a common platform for the evaluation and recognition of credit in support of PLA initiatives. Students have a single point of entry to learn about assessment policies and opportunities available to them.
Students connect with an advisor to match their prior learning with appropriate courses and apply for PLA credit, or explore other options.
A command center where students can create and manage their petitions, check recent activity, view notifications and edit their profile.
Students build an online petition for credit with supporting documentation to demonstrate their knowledge.
Allows students, assessors and advisors to communicate. Messages are saved for history and tracking purposes.
Assigns a member of your faculty or staff to evaluate e-portfolios and make credit award decisions.
Provides data on students that have submitted petitions and committed to pay assessment fees.
Each year thousands of community college students transfer to four-year institutions, often before completing an associate degree leaving them without a credential. Our system leverages programs between institutions by assimilating data from student information systems and automating the degree audit process.
Four-year institutions query their records to identify students eligible for a degree and upload them into the system.
Students who have met all requirements are notified and awarded a degree. Those who have not are advised about what remains outstanding.
The system emails students eligible to participate in the reverse transfer process. By opting-in, they consent to the sharing of their course histories.
A simulated audit is run to map course histories against requirements. Those who have met the requirements, or are close, are pinpointed and their audits become available for a formal review by the two-year college.
Both two- and four-year institutions upload the course histories of consenting students for the audit process.
Improving the qualifications of our workforce creates a more sustainable, competitive economic landscape. Our portal is a dedicated, interactive solution that attracts adults looking to finish what they started or change the course of a career. Providing an online point of entry to participating institutions helps them find and enroll in a program that best fits time and monetary constraints.
A portfolio to compile and maintain prior learning and share it with an advisor.
A tool to estimate and compare by institution and program of study what it will cost and how long it will take to earn a degree.
An assessment of how previous credits earned will transfer toward a specific major at participating institutions.
A view of how previous coursework will be accepted and awarded credit at participating institutions.
Access to college profiles, exam and course equivalencies and articulation agreements.
CTE offers high school students opportunities for career awareness and preparation by providing the academic and professional knowledge and work-related skills necessary to be successful in college and career. It plays a key role in strengthening our economy by providing a source of well-trained talent that can fill high-priority occupations.
Tools to publish program information, course data and articulation agreements. A systematic data collection process keeps information current.
Students see how their courses will be awarded credit at participating colleges, universities and technical centers.
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