Career College Central and TopSchool are hosting the webinar "The Increasing Power of the Student Consumer: Building Student Profiles to Meet the Demands of Today’s Students" tomorrow, January 6, 2011 from 1-2 p.m. EST. Click here to register!
Industry expert Justin McMorrow, co-founder and senior vice president of TopSchool, will share lessons learned from more than a decade of experience in building and growing programs with leading career colleges. Justin will discuss three critical ways that career colleges can best leverage information to meet the demands of today’s students:
Justin has presented on the topic of student profiles at several industry events, including a number of state based career and proprietary college conferences, such as New York (APC), California (CAPPS) and as the keynote presenter at Minnesota (MCCA). Additionally, he has presented at the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) 2010 Annual Conference, been interviewed for key education articles and published white papers.
TopSchool (www.topschoolinc.com) built the first SaaS student administrative system in higher education to address the key aspects of the student lifecycle. The company’s Student Lifecycle Management (SLM) system goes beyond the capabilities of traditional college student information systems, and includes a customizable student portal, easy-to-use CRM and SIS components, and an intelligent reporting suite. Schools can easily manage all student information from recruiting through retention in a central location, and they can deliver more student services more efficiently. The TopSchool system gives student-centric institutions the power to direct their own administrative tools, empowering them to drive growth, reduce costs and meet accountability requirements.
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