Strengthening The Relational Core Of A Liberal Arts College
Learn how Catawba College applied a holistic approach to online course sharing in order to admit new students, help enrolled students avoid poor academic standing, and fill capacity in existing online courses, achieving $450,000 in additional revenue within 6 months.
Learn how Eureka College unlocked the power of course sharing to help 81% of struggling students regain good academic standing, increase freshmen retention by 6.5%, and add $419,694 in revenue to its institution’s budget for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Armed with the ability to strategically flex their course offerings to give students more options, the Acadeum network of institutions are pioneering new ways to overcome barriers to student success and develop structural solutions.
Regain Good Academic Standing
Help students regain good academic standing by replacing low grades to meet minimum GPA requirements and avoid perpetual probation.
Supplement Summer term offerings to give students more options to catch up, get ahead or relieve Fall/Spring scheduling pressures while enhancing the quality assurance of courses taken off-campus.
Work with coaches to monitor student progress and offer course options to student-athletes to meet and exceed credit-hour and GPA thresholds for participating in athletics.
Easily Approve Consortial Courses
Review and approve online courses from consortial partner schools
Student Registration Portal
Provide students the ability to directly request registration in needed consortial courses.
Automated Inter-College Payments
Efficiently pay consortial partner schools using electronic payments.