Driving Student Success Through AI Technology & Innovation
Campuses are experiencing enrollment challenges, shrinking departmental budgets and increased student engagement obstacles...which means meeting institutional goals will require bold new approaches.
As colleges and universities continue to grapple with the fall-out of COVID (and the more recent implications of the Delta variant) many schools are seeking ways to implement innovative strategies, and AI technology is quickly becoming a must-have tool to help expand access and drive student engagement in today’s environment.
View our on-demand webinar where we were joined by Jerid Counterman, Associate Director of Student Resources at Colorado State University Global to discuss:
- Short and long-term issues facing higher education
- Modern, innovative ways to turn engagement into student success
- Strategic recommendations for successfully leveraging AI tools and technology
"Students are getting what they need—they are less stressed. Staff are able to focus. Answers are consistent and right. This product is a revenue generator—it drives enrollment and retention."
"Seriously, I have done quite a few things as VP since I've been there the last 5.5 years...I have never gotten more positive feedback than what we're doing with this artificial intelligence."
Dr. Lloyd Holmes
"In this enrollment environment you can't afford not to do this."
Proactively nudge students through the student lifecycle on a device with a 98% open rate.
AI Chatbot + Live Chat
Transform office hours from 9-5 to 24/7 on any device so students get the help they need to be successful.
Answer questions before they’re even asked with text and video responses across 20+ departments.
Benefit from AI Conversational Design experts and the largest network of AI interactions in higher education.
Insights + Analytics
Gain insight on student behavior, responses, and preferences that improves your student engagement approach.
Connect with SIS, CRM, and other platforms to deliver personalized advising and student-specific experiences.