Graduate More Students with EduNav
Our automated, integrated, and optimized course-to-career planning solutions empower informed decision-making for all campus stakeholders, from presidents and provosts to advisors and students.
The State of Student Success
We share how three institutions are streamlining registration, scaling advising, and optimizing transfer pathways.
TAMUK Guides Students to Graduation with “GPS of Academia”
Here’s why this HSI chose EduNav’s academic planning solutions.
IMPROVES COMPLETION RATES
EduNav aims to create a world where students from all backgrounds can seize the economic and social benefits of higher education. Today, we increase student access, equity, and affordability by improving time to degree, optimizing course schedules, and streamlining the transfer process. Working with us, institutions award more degrees.
SMARTPLAN and SUCCESS PATHWAYS
Improve Time to Degree
Automatically translate degree requirements into optimized academic pathways and keep them up-to-date no matter what changes. Navigate students from course to career.
UNIFIED DIGITAL TRANSCRIPT (UDT)
Automatically generate single transcripts, even without standard course numbering. Save your students and your institution time and money.
“EduNav doesn’t try to do what advisors do. It gives me more time to do what advisors are meant to do. …EduNav is giving me more time to make more of a difference.”
Erin Spurbeck, M.A.
“EduNav’s experience making systems talk to one another was invaluable. …Their technology was built and continues to be optimized with this question in mind — how can we leverage this power to make more students successful?”
Deborah Preston, Ph.D.
Former Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
“The course catalog can be an academic maze. I see EduNav as the GPS of Academia, which students need to navigate that maze successfully!”
Lou Reinisch, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
“So many potential partners said they could remove the clunkiness of course planning and registration, but none were anywhere near as conversant in our existing systems as EduNav is.”
John Jordan, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President of Strategic Initiatives