“Last year we saw a changing higher education landscape as colleges and universities respond to the demand for better student outcomes, adjust to shifting student demographics, and address the increasing cost of education,” said Robert A. Maginn, Jr., Jenzabar Chairman and CEO. “Emerging technologies and new strategies were used in 2014 to adapt to these critical changes in higher ed, and many will stick and help shape the future of higher education.”
2014 software and services selections include:
In 2014, Jenzabar welcomed students, staff, faculty, and alumni from 42 new campuses to its community of more than 1,000 campuses worldwide. Some of Jenzabar’s new deals included Boston Center for Adult Education, Broward College, Cowley Community College, East Arkansas Community College, Emily Griffith Technical College, Garrett College, International University of Grand Bassam, Kentucky Christian University, Manhattan School of Music, Misericordia University, North Central Texas College, Northwest Lineman College, Northwest Nazarene University, Ponce School of Medicine, South Arkansas Community College, University of Nevada Reno, University of Southern Maine, and University of Virgin Islands.
“Everything is related to software now,” said Maginn. “Everyone wants the software they use on the job to work as simply and as well as the apps on their smart phones. Presidents, CIOs and other leaders are prepared now more than ever to utilize new technologies and services for all of their strategic planning.”
Jenzabar is a vibrant and growing company focused exclusively in higher education. Jenzabar’s continues to grow in all sectors of higher education including four-year private and public, community colleges, continuing education, and workforce development.