Manage your Students Path to Student Success today with SEAtS Student Case Management Solutions.
SEAtS Case Management Solutions:
Within any institution, there is a myriad of support services designed to help students overcome challenges and attain their goals. Research shows that students perform best when they spend time with the people on campus who can help them – typically being advisors, counselors, tutors, and lecturers. Unfortunately, engaging students with these services is often easier said than done.
SEAtS Case Management module of our solution facilitates meaningful contact between students and their lecturers, instructors or tutors. The module encourages students to engage more deeply in their academic lives by connecting them to the people and resources best equipped to help them succeed.
SEAtS Case Management gives lecturers a rich picture of a student’s engagement, attendance and success course at any given stage, allowing them to intervene when necessary ensuring that they stay on track with achieving their goals. SEAtS allow everyone (with a need to know) to see where that student is along that path. These case management tools focus limit institutional resources on what needs to be done next to student success.
SEAtS put everything related to each student’s success in one place for advisors. At a glance an advisor can:
Review case workload
Send bulk emails, letters or text messages using templates
Create manual case interventions
Book appointments with students
Review student intervention history
Review activity & attendance history
What it means for your campus
Our system puts everything advisors need to handle student success in the one place reducing advisor administrative workload with workflows and escalations.
Manage your Students Path to Success today! August 2nd, 2019
25 May 2018 marks the start of enforcement of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. This new piece of legislation has had a great impact on anyone whose business involves handling personal data about EU residents or within the EU. Naturally, personal data is at the core of working in sales, so SEAtS and our users have also been busy to make sure that we are compliant.
This article provides an overview of the data-related roles and responsibilities when you’ve chosen SEAtS as your CRM platform and will explain SEAtS efforts to live up to the values and requirements of the GDPR.
Attendance Tracking – Help your Students stay on track today!
Lecturers spend hours preparing for classes, creating informative lectures and planning engaging activities. Most go above and beyond in the hopes that their students will achieve a deeper understanding of the material that will help them grow as a student and ultimately as a graduate.
Of course, all this work is meaningless if a student does not attend class…
From Student ID Card Readers to Bluetooth iBeacons and Mobile Apps – we can design the solution to meet your specific needs.
SEAtS Attendance Tracking Solution:
Allows students check into class with any smartphone (they must be in the room)
Frees instructors from the task of taking attendance & gives them more teaching time
Captures all attendance records
Records available to advisers & others with a need to know
Is inexpensive to install and operate
SEAtS Attendance Tracking solution deploys fast and integrates with existing campus systems. Wiring and installation costs are minimized with our Bluetooth iBeacon and mobile application options. Our instant on-cloud platforms mean that reports, alerts, and dashboards work as soon as you switch on SEAtS.
Get Learning Analytics running on your campus today, on the cloud with SEAtS. Feed our software to your data and get SEAtS working on your team – for your team!
Every time a student interacts with their institution – be that going to the library, logging into their virtual learning environment or submitting assessments online – they leave behind a digital footprint. Learning Analytics is the process of using this data to improve learning and teaching.
Learning analytics refers to the measurement, collection, analysis, and reporting of data about the progress of learners and the contexts in which learning takes place. Using the increased availability of big datasets around learner activity and digital footprints left by student activity in learning environments, learning analytics take us further than data currently available can.
Who is at risk of dropping out
Who is underachieving
Who is continually missing
Who needs your help
SEAtS is the cloud and built to work from day one. It just needs your data and it will give you the insights into teaching, learning, student retention and success.
Check out our short video demo of Learning Analytics now:
UK HE Leaders will not need a SWOT analysis to know that right now is their “Perfect Storm”. SEAtS can help your team navigate these complex performance, compliance and demographic challenges. SEAtS is the unique Early Warning System, powered by Learning Analytics, Attendance Data, and CRM, built just for HE.
Laser-focused on getting the best possible outcomes for your students and your institution.
SEAtS connect with all your existing student systems. SEAtS is 100% cloud software, be up and running with the basics in less than 3 months.
Real-time insights and earlier interventions mean double-digit retention increases, better outcomes and hitting targets like UKVI and TEF metrics.
SEAtS can help you with:
Teaching Excellence Framework
Schedule a 60-minute executive briefing for your leadership team today & learn how SEAtS can help you navigate the perfect storm!
Identify at-risk students as early as possible for effective interventions. SEAtS Software was designed to help universities identify common characteristics among students who leave the institution, determine key factors that help predict student attrition, identify at-risk students and develop effective intervention strategies.
Respond quickly to prevent problems before they start. Identify changes in student behavior through real-time student profiles
Centralise student success data and streamline processes, ensuring no students falls through the cracks.
Connect a student to the right resources at the right time for your most effective campus-wide interventions.
Start receiving early alerts in real time within your first month.
Want to know more? We don’t you so why not connect with one of our student success experts today. Simply contact us here:
SEAtS Software, the Student Success Cloud Platform for HE, announced that the University of Hull has selected SEAtS software to underpin the University’s Student Retention, Engagement and Compliance, to ensure the best possible student experience and outcomes.
SEAtS is the leading cloud platform for student success. We take a game-changing hybrid approach to Student Success. The software uses automated business process workflows to push alerts to students and staff based on statistical scores calculated from historic and real-time campus data feeds.
SEAtS Data Analytics Solution – Digital Footprints on Campus
Tracking real time physical presence on campus via readers, biometrics or ibeacons has transformed student retention and UKVI compliance outcomes for our customers.
SEAtS have taken this to a new level with our Student Success Scoring Analytics model. This works by using machine learning, algorithms and statistical modeling techniques to predict and identify at-risk students to further improve successful outcomes and attainment for all students.
A wealth of data can be found all over your campus. We look for these additional touch points to track student participation in campus life. Examples of this could include University managed print services, ICT service desk inquiries/issues logged, clubs and societies and services attendance or interaction or sports center interactions.
Weightings are then attributed to each interaction to enable you to devise a student score that can trigger alerts to further identify “at risk” students who may score lower than the optimum pre-defined score.
This campus-wide picture will give you additional insight into those students who may be at risk of failing or dropping out allowing you to reach out and help them before it is too late.
Want to learn more? Why not schedule a quick online demo with one of our experts. Simply follow the link here:
The SEAtS team are thrilled to be Gold Sponsors at this year’s Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Offices 2017 (SACRAO) Annual Conference in Florida!
SEAtS are also exhibiting at the conference be sure to visit us at booth 19!
Our mission is to build the world’s most effective Student Success Software, that makes it possible for each and every student on (and off) campus to achieve their full potential. Providing the earliest, early warning system giving you the tools to save those critical at-risk students.
The University of Roehampton deploys SEAtS Student Success Cloud Software to support student retention, progression, attendance and visa compliance.
SEAtS Software, a leading provider of student success software for Higher Education, today announced that The University of Roehampton London has deployed SEAtS software to underpin the University’s Student Retention, Engagement Compliance and Capital Investment Objectives and to deliver the best possible student experience and outcomes.
The SEAtS Student Success Platform is an early warning system for retention, engagement, attendance, compliance and attainment issues. Reports, alerts and data analytics are delivered on the cloud. Students, academic and administrative staff will benefit from self-service e-forms and processes designed to engage and retain students, assure compliance and drive achievement levels through proactive early interventions.
SEAtS provided us with an immediate solution to any existing issues surrounding student retention, engagement or attendance monitoring. We are looking forward to the future prospects that this solution can generate for our university.
said Mike Hall, CIO of The University of Roehampton
Customer Success is where strategic planning meets real-world application delivery. Choose a deployment strategy aligned with your institutions strategic objectives.
SEAtS Solutions delivery approach offers a number of tailored options to assist in the adoption of our solutions across your campus. These options include…
This choice of deployment is carried out by personnel from within your institution. Our professional services team act in a supporting capacity only where we provide comprehensive training services to your project team.
Federal Aid Compliance
Here at SEAtS Software we understand the importance of federal aid compliance.
Jefferson College and a few other colleges and universities are making strides to stay ahead and meet their compliance obligations with the Department of Education Federal Aid. One major compliance area? Student attendance – in class, in other designated academic settings (library, internships), and in online classes. All valuable data points for assessing compliance with DoE Federal Aid.
OFFA reports say UK universities need to measure effectiveness of hundreds of millions in student financial support.
The Office for Fair Access says £478m went to direct student financial supports in 2014-15. The spending was on bursaries and fee-waivers. The watchdog wants universities to measure the impact on student success, access and progression. Universities are working on common tools for assessing bursaries’ effect.
Supports are mainly subsidising fees with loans. Low income and disadvantaged students receive bursaries and fee-waivers to widen degree access.
Have you read this article? “How Wearables have Influenced Data Use In Higher Education” by Patrick Cole. https://elearningindustry.com/8-ways-wearables-data-higher-education
The biggest takeaway: “Giving Students Access To Data Can Cause Changes In Behaviour”. It’s too bad that Higher Education leaders, administrators and instructors fail to execute on known strategies to change students behaviour. If you’ve read anything about Higher Education in the United States lately you’ll know that student retention and graduation are hot topics. At most public universities only 19% of college students graduate within 4 years. Whoa! That’s a lot of extra tuition parents are paying and more money taken out in student loans.
Deliver on federal funding and financial stakeholder engagement and attendance tracking obligations.
SEAtS Attendance Capture Devices will read your current student ID cards. This makes them highly cost-effective and also significantly increases the speed of adoption of the solution on your campus. SEAtS devices use our push-to-cloud technology to reduce the need for hardware on campus. They also work on your wireless and PoE networks which means significant time and money savings on system setup, wiring, and infrastructure.
The number of students from outside the EU coming to study at UK universities has fallen for the first time, with a particularly dramatic drop in the number of students coming to the UK from India and Pakistan, according to official figures. 20 Jan 2014.
The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) found a 1% drop between the number of non-EU students enrolling in universities across the UK between 2011/12 and the last academic year, 2012/13. While there had been a 6% increase in the number of students arriving from China and a 15% increase in those arriving from Hong Kong, the number of new Indian students fell by 25% while new students from Pakistan fell by 19%. Read more
Dramatic fall in non-EU students at UK universities “appears to justify” immigration policy fears, says expert July 7th, 2016
Researchers describe many reasons for leaving college as well as student characteristics of non-pers isters.
According to Tinto, academic reasons represent only 20-30% of all college leavers nationally. The remaining 70-80% of students who are not retained leave for the following reasons: (1993)
Adjustment. Students who are inadequately prepared for the magnitude of academic and social change required of them become overwhelmed and drop out. This is particularly common among minority and first-generation students