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Improving student access, success, and degree completion with cost-conscious system and institutional productivity solutions.
Helping Pennsylvania college students stay on track to a college degree.
House Bill 2382 charged the Higher Education Coordinating Board with convening workgroups to develop a master plan for promoting efficient transfer between public institutions across the state.
AcademyOne's solutions allow higher education institutions to facilitate academic credit portability.
Pennsylvania's community colleges have proven that PLA is a key strategy for increasing the number of individuals with a degree or credential in a cost and time-effective way.
The University meets their goal of delivering more timely and efficient credit offers with the ability to record credit determinations in a centralized database that is exposed to prospective learners.
AcademyOne’s PLA solution provides higher education institutions and states with technology and defined workflow processes that expand the opportunities for students to earn college credit for learning gained through work and life experiences.
When growing demand for a more educated workforce crosses paths with a shortage of credentialed workers, the evaluation and recognition of prior learning becomes essential.
AcademyOne has been selected by California’s West Hills Community College District to implement their web-based prior learning assessment and recognition platform in support of WHCCD’s Quick Path Program.
Working with the state, AcademyOne has developed a reverse transfer solution that automates and optimizes policies and processes, easing administrative burdens and allowing two- and four-year institutions to maximize their collaborations.
Awarding credit when it's due gives students who move from a two-year college before earning a credential and complete their requirements while pursuing a baccalaureate degree the opportunity to be awarded their associate degree.
Students who obtain a college degree have a competitive advantage in the workforce. And, those who are awarded their associate’s through reverse transfer are more likely to persist and graduate with their baccalaureate.
Tennessee has long been recognized for its innovative K–12 and higher education policies. The state led the nation in examining the effects of small class sizes on short- and long-term academic achievement
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board with AcademyOne and eight Texas universities support adult degree completion.
Powered by software from AcademyOne, the University of Tennessee System, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission collaborated to launch a portal dedicated to adult learners called Tennessee Reconnect.
Students Occupationally and Academically Ready (SOAR) rises to Perkins IV challenge with pioneering solutions and expert consulting services from AcademyOne.
SOAR is built on programs of study (POS) that incorporate secondary and postsecondary education elements and include coherent and rigorous academic and technical content aligned with Pennsylvania’s challenging academic standards.
SOAR programs prepare today’s student for High Priority Occupations which include career categories that are in high demand by employers, have higher skill needs, and are most likely to provide family sustaining wages.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a strong interest in promoting a competitive workforce equipped with the technical skills desired by employers, and the state’s system of career and technical education (CTE) and workforce development programs
New technology helps Delaware County Community College provide students guidance to stay on track to degree completion and smooth college transfer.
TransferCheck aligns with the institution's objective to retain students through graduation while supporting transfer to the four-year universities they have agreements with. It helps ease the burden on transfer advisors by reducing their number of appointments with online student self-service.
Two Pennsylvania institutions have implemented a transfer degree audit tool to automate the advising process and effectively improve persistence and graduation at the community college level.
Take the guesswork out of degree mapping with a solution that assists students in smoothly completing and transferring an associate degree and accumulated coursework to a baccalaureate university.
The web-based financial literacy solution developed by AcademyOne integrates with the college's current software systems to help drive degree completion while minimizing the burden of debt.
Two Australian Universities adopt innovative technology to effectively evaluate incoming requests of credit for prior learning from outside sources in a timely manner and with academic rigor.
Recent implementations of AcademyOne’s PathwayAtlas solution, have afforded The University of Adelaide and Charles Sturt University the ability to become more transparent and consistent in their response to applications of credit for prior learning submitted by international and domestic learners.
Solutions that provide convenient pathways to success are integral for institutions who are investing in their online distance learning and degree programs.
We take our commitments seriously, and nothing is more important to AcademyOne than the success of our clients. Through our professional services, you get the people, processes and technology you need to achieve your goals and maximize your returns.
In November 2015, the Board of Governors approved the State University System’s 2025 Strategic Plan for Online Education1 to guide the future development of online education in the State University System. The SUS 2016 Annual Report for Online Education.
S3 bridges external administrative applications with inherently disparate SIS databases using real-time web services. It securely delivers the accuracy and interactivity users have come to rely on by enriching public facing tools that live outside of an institution.
This Special Report summarizes the economic impact and obstacles facing student mobility often created and reinforced by
governance structures across higher education.