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  • College Students and Their Data
    White Papers / Student Experience

    College Students and Their Data

    From application to graduation, U.S. students give colleges an incredible amount of their personal data, and they both want and expect schools to use that data in a way that optimizes their college experience and career.

  • 2017 Survey of Community College Presidents
    White Papers / Higher Ed Trends

    2017 Survey of Community College Presidents

    Inside Higher Ed’s third annual survey of community college presidents seeks to understand how these leaders view the key issues facing two-year higher education institutions in the U.S. In recent years, community college enrollment has declined nationally over the past several years.

  • Higher education happens here
    eBooks / Higher Ed Trends

    Higher education happens here

    This eBook outlines six key considerations that leaders of a modern campus should take into account when investing in technology for the future.

  • Use data to boost efficiency and plan ahead
    Videos / Modernizing Your Campus

    Use data to boost efficiency and plan ahead

    SUNY Oswego mines data from Ellucian Degree Works™ and the new Advising Student Profile app in Banner® Student to see future trends and course demand, which helps it provide the right courses at the right time in order for students to graduate on time. Watch the video to see how data helps staff, faculty, and the institution be more effective.

  • Building a partnership with SUNY Geneseo
    Videos / Modernizing Your Campus

    Building a partnership with SUNY Geneseo

    Ellucian has cultivated a strong partnership with SUNY Geneseo to deliver solutions that will help the university operate more efficiently. By working closely with Ellucian, SUNY Geneseo has been able to quickly and easily adopt new applications that can improve and enhance the student experience as well as streamline the institution’s business processes—all while saving time and money.

  • Users love the new apps
    Videos / Modernizing Your Campus

    Users love the new apps

    New Ellucian XE apps get rave reviews from Bluefield State College. See why these new tools are transforming the student experience.

  • Do what you need to do, wherever you are
    Videos / Modernizing Your Campus

    Do what you need to do, wherever you are

    With the new Employee Profile application in Banner® Human Resources, employees at the Texas Tech University System can see pay stubs, enter time, check leave balances, change addresses, and so much more. See how the new mobile app makes it so much easier to take care of daily business.

  • How Alamo Colleges is recruiting and retaining top talent
    Case Studies / Cloud for Higher Ed

    How Alamo Colleges is recruiting and retaining top talent

    With Ellucian Talent Management Suite, Alamo Colleges is aligning employee performance goals, training, and opportunities for advancement with individual ambitions and institutional priorities. This allows Alamo to motivate and retain top talent and ensure their work directly supports strategic goals.

  • Texas Tech University prepares for future growth with open standards technology
    Videos / IT Standards and Architecture

    Texas Tech University prepares for future growth with open standards technology

    Julian Hooker describes the advantages of open standards in the university’s ERP system. Greater collaboration and flexibility to meet specific needs are just a couple of the benefits experienced by the institution as part of the Ellucian XE strategy.

  • Early alerts as a tool for student success
    White Papers / Student Experience

    Early alerts as a tool for student success

    The importance of identifying at-risk students early enough to make a difference is well documented by researchers and embraced by most colleges and universities. In fact, 93% percent of higher education institutions report having some form of early alert and intervention program. But less commonly understood are the standards and practices that define a “good” early alert program.