BYU streamlines online education workflows for administrators, staff, mentors and students
Brigham Young University’s BYU-Pathway Worldwide online education program has partnered with Anthology to deploy two of the company’s six cloud-based education technology platforms, creating a central hub for administrators, staff, mentors and its 60,000 learners worldwide.
Anthology’s SIS, Anthology Student, will provide tools to streamline registration, financial aid, counseling, and other administrative tasks. It is CRM, Anthology Reach, that will help enrollment and retention to support a learner’s successful journey from admission to graduation, the company said.
BYU-Pathway Worldwide Chief Information Officer Troy Davis said the flexibility of Anthology’s products will allow the university’s online program to serve its students “around the world in multiple locations and languages” to help students learn skills to get a job earlier in their degree program. .
Learn more about the university’s online program here and Anthology’s products and services here.
Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab High School teacher and middle school English teacher.