Jenzabar is chosen more often than any other SIS*

  • ERPs for Higher Ed

    Jenzabar’s flexible enterprise resource planning systems are designed to drive higher performance in your higher education institution.

  • Solutions

    Our higher education solutions improve enrollment and student success, reduce operating costs, and increase constituent contributions and engagement.

  • Services

    For over four decades, the higher education experts at Jenzabar have been helping colleges and universities across the world thrive.

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Jenzabar Student Information Systems are higher education's most selected platform.

  • "Jenzabar Higher Reach is really going to help us determine which programs are most successful, our ROI on those programs, and for our directors and program coordinators to be accountable to own their programs."
    Mike Schroder
    Dean of Extended Learning and Associate Vice President
    International Programs, California State University, San Marcos
  • "Jenzabar EX has changed the way I approach my work and made it easy to stay on top of everything."
    Sean Conlon
    Harvard Graduate School of Design

A solution for every need.

  • ERPs

    Drive higher performance in your higher education institution.

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  • Continuing Ed

    Modern technology for modern education.

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  • CRMs

    Manage relationships through every step of the student life cycle.

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  • SIS

    Increase efficiencies across every task.

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  • Student Success

    Safeguard your tuitions by improving retention.

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  • Financial Aid

    Package and deliver aid faster than ever before.

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  • eLearning

    Dynamic web learning for students on-the-go.

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  • Recruitment

    Exceed your recruiting goals.

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  • Advancement

    Maximize your fundraising success.

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*Based on total new institution sales of higher education student information systems during the 2009 – 2014 period.