5 Challenges One-Stop Student Services Help You Resolve

Higher education today is experiencing a groundbreaking shift towards student-centric processes. Driven by changing student demographics and rising student expectations, all the emphasis today is on personalization, customization and simplifying the student journey. The growing inclination towards one-stop student services is an important marker of this trend. One-stop student services …

Help Your Students Glide Through the Complex Financial Aid Process

Writing about financial aid system in one of his blog posts, Bill Gates reiterated one of his interactions with some students who described the system as “nerve-wracking” and “scary”. Consequently, Bill gates called for simplifying the entire process, starting with FAFSA – the application that carries around 180 questions about …

The Use of Technology by Your Students Isn’t A 9 To 5 Activity

Changing student demographics and after-hours support: Most students today do not fall in the traditional 18-24 age cohort. They juggle more responsibilities than their predecessors, are older, earn degrees while raising families, and work full or part-time jobs to pay for their education. All of these changes in the student …

THE EVER-CHANGING HIGHER EDUCATION LANDSCAPE

For a millennium, the sole purpose of getting an education was broadening one’s intellectual horizons, a luxury reserved only for the rich and elite. But if you look around today, that era is long gone, for good. The best and oldest universities in the world, whether the Ivy League schools …

Transform Student Experience with One-Stop Student Services

One-stop student services, in the current academic scenario, aren’t just ornamental marketing tools, they are a must-have. A truly integrated student support experience is necessary to better assist the complex needs of today’s students. With the rapidly changing educational landscape, it becomes increasingly necessary to create a streamlined experience for …

How is AI Helping Educational Organizations Cut Costs?

After the then reigning chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov defeated IBM’s supercomputer Deep Blue in 1996, he, in an essay for TIME magazine had said that although he could “smell, feel a new kind of intelligence across the table” yet he felt it to be “inefficient, inflexible kind”. It gave him …