Ellucian Strategy and Planning

Accelerate your strategic plan, enhance academic operations, and secure and manage grant funding.

Customised consulting services designed to bring efficiency and effectiveness to your institution

Ellucian Strategy and Planning services offer higher education institutions the strategic insight necessary to develop differentiation within today’s competitive environment. We provide analysis, guidance, and execution support that utilise a research-driven approach—allowing you to accomplish your mission-critical objectives.

Strategy and planning

Ellucian helps us employ best practices so we avoid costly mistakes and make the right decisions in a timely fashion.

Hatem Akl, Associate Vice President, e-Learning and Learning Enterprises, Ocean County College

Our support offerings span three areas to help leaders move their institution forward

Strategic consulting

Align support resources to institutional missions and goals, develop effective governance plans, and communicate and lead change.

Academic operations

Promote academic success across the student lifecycle while increasing efficiency and elevating your institution’s competitive advantage.

Research and grants

Enhance the impact from sponsored programmes, gain assurance on institutional data reporting, and identify, secure, and manage grant funding.

Published Content

Accessibility at a Crossroads

To increase access to users of all abilities, colleges and universities should articulate their commitment to accessibility and focus on changing institutional culture.

Strategic planning for offices of sponsored programs at PUIs

Having a strategic plan in place for the office ensures the most efficient use of institutional resources related to grant administration and compliance.

The Section 508 Refresh and What It Means for Higher Education

Updated guidelines provide much-needed clarity and guidance about the accessibility standards that higher education must meet in order to be compliant.

From Accommodation to Accessibility: Creating a Culture of Inclusivity

Providing accommodations in response to individual student needs is not adequate; designing IT resources for accessibility proactively benefits all users.