Borough of Manhattan Community College Partners with Greenwood Hall to Enhance Student Success and Experience
SANTA MONICA, Calif., November 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Greenwood Hall, Inc. (OTCQB:ELRN), an education technology company that helps colleges and universities increase revenue and improve student engagement and outcomes, today announced the Company has entered into an agreement with New York City-based Borough of Manhattan Community College to assess and suggest changes to the provisioning of student services support and to assist students with gaining better access to college services.
Working with BMCC’s senior management team, Greenwood Hall will provide a comprehensive assessment of the workflow with the goal of identifying weak spots in the provisioning of students services. Greenwood Hall will then develop with the College’s team recommendations based on industry best practices and the custom needs of the college. The Company will assist the BMCC in enhancing student success and experience through support in the areas of financial aid, admissions, registration and other enrollment, and student services.
“It’s been a great experience having the GH team on campus. Their people are intimately familiar with the subject matter, but more importantly, they are empathetic to the pressures and issues faced by the Community College today,” said Diane Walleser, Ed.D., Vice President for Enrollment Management at Borough of Manhattan Community College. “With our continued focus on student success and student retention, the help the GH team is providing will go a long way in helping us meet our goals.”
“A great student experience is essential to student success and student retention,” said Pam Notemyer-Rogers, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Greenwood Hall. “BMCC, Dr. Walleser, and her team have made the connection between great service and increased student success. It’s always our goal to help, and it’s gratifying that we can help such a great school and such a great team.”
About Borough of Manhattan Community College
Borough of Manhattan Community College is a vibrant, pluralistic learning community committed to the intellectual and personal growth of students. Working closely with organizations across New York City and beyond, BMCC prepares students from around the globe for degree completion, successful transfer, career achievement, lifelong learning, and civic participation. BMCC is part of the City University of New York (CUNY) and enrolls almost 25,000 degree-seeking and 11,000 continuing education students a year, awarding associate degrees in more than 40 fields. BMCC ranks #4 among community colleges nationwide in granting associate degrees to minority students, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education.
About Greenwood Hall
Greenwood Hall is an education technology company that helps colleges and universities manage the student journey. Every Greenwood Hall solution is designed to increase revenue and improve student engagement as well as learning outcomes. Since 2006, Greenwood Hall has developed customized turnkey solutions that touch the entire student lifecycle – combining strategy, people, proven processes and robust technology to help schools effectively and efficiently improve student experience and student outcomes, as well as increase revenues and expand into new marketing channels, such as online learning. Greenwood Hall has served more than 60 education clients and over 75 degree programs.
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Borough of Manhattan Community College – CUNY