Ellucian Life

Learn what it is like to work at Ellucian through the voice of our employees.

Latest Life Articles

The QuarIntern

During his Ellucian internship, Shreyas has experienced immense personal growth through trust, freedom, and mutual respect. Read about his journey.

Help! My hair is on fire

There are a lot of reasons why a company might be in chaos during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Ellucian, things are running smoothly. Read Mat’s article to find out what our secret is.

The adventure begins

Gina came to Ellucian seeking a team that was both professional and fun. Read about her professional journey and the sense of family she has found.

A college student’s experience: Balancing school and working remotely during a pandemic

McKenna’s semester has shifted from in-person to online classes. Read her perspective on how Ellucian’s internship program and remote work experience helped prepare her for the change.

Spreading My Wings and Flying

As a mentor, learner, mother, and a moderator, Naganandini has been able to thrive at Ellucian because of the company’s learning culture and support from her peers. Find out why she loves working at Ellucian.

International Women's Day

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, recognize the women who have positively influenced any aspect of your life. Read Titina’s take on career-life fit and gender balance.

Our Journey as Women in Tech

The Women in Tech employee resource group brings together women and allies to empower and support the advancement of technical and non-technical women. Read the inspiring personal stories of its leaders.

The Spirit of Volunteerism

Read Linda Casotti’s article about how she lives by the words of Sir Winston Churchill, “We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give,” to strengthen the lives of women at Ellucian and in her community.

I’m not obligated—I’m willing.

On a mission trip to Haiti, Stephanie built school benches, classroom partitions, and new relationships in the community of Marmont. Read her story to learn more about her mission and the importance of education to the people she met.