Murdoch University streamlines class allocation with Callista Attend
Allocating 11,000 on-campus students to classes was a time-consuming manual task, both for Murdoch's academic staff and the students themselves. Students were frustrated by the time it took to sort out class allocations and the inevitable errors that occurred, and staff had better things to do than spend many tedious hours manually allocating students to classes.
To solve this issue, Murdoch University implemented Attend: a fully-integrated sub-system within the Callista Student Management System that offers students around-the-clock access via the web to manage their enrolment details and register their class preferences for all subjects, in one place.
Edith Cowan University mitigates risk with Callista SMS
Western Australia's second-largest university, with approximately 21,000 students, ECU had formerly relied on an in-house developed and maintained Student Records System. Supported by a single staff member, it did not provide the university with the capacity to meet ever-changing business needs and legislative requirements. Further, there was no contingency plan if the system failed or the only staff member able to maintain SRS became unavailable.
To mitigate risk and meet its strategic long-term goal to introduce responsive and sustainable organisational systems, ECU decided to deploy Callista's Student Management System, a robust, well-supported solution with an existing user base.
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