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Workday Student

Workday Student includes all Student functions including recruitment, admissions, registration, financial aid, academic advising, student records, curriculum management and student financials. It is the final Workday module to be implemented with the functionality coming in stages. Recruiting and Admission is the first phase of our implementation.

If you would like to volunteer to be considered to be apart of the testing effort for Workday Student or have any questions or suggestions, we would love to hear from you. Please CLICK HERE and provide all the details. 


 

 A higher degree of knowledge.

  • Gain real-time insights with embedded analytics, dashboards, and scorecards
  • Configure business processes to keep up with change
  • Access student information anytime, anywhere on any device

 

Workday Student Has Their First Go Live!

Join us in celebrating the first Go Live with our Workday Student ERP. Here is a peek at what has gone live as of August 5th 2019. 

 

 

 

Workday Student Overview

Workday has reimagined higher education by creating a Student Experience that makes the most sense.  The ability to ensure informed academic decisions.  Discover how students stay engaged with the college and with access from any device - anytime, anywhere.

 


 

Workday Student on Student

Workday made a strategic decision to build a team of developers and product managers that were fresh out of college. Listen to Workday developers explain how they leveraged their direct experience with current, decades-old legacy systems, to build a modern Student system for many generations to come.

 


 

Introducing Workday Student Recruiting

Workday followed a year of close collaboration with nine customer design partners from a variety of colleges and universities. It is so important for higher-education institutions to get recruiting right. In this video, Workday talks a little bit about why it's critical, and what happens when they get it wrong. This is followed with a tour of the application.

 


 

 

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