Student Lifecycle Management

Run your institution more efficiently and effectively. Zion has reinvented finance, HR, student, grants management, and planning applications to help you take your institution forward.

A higher degree of knowledge
Easily manage your entire institution. Recruit and retain best-fit students and employees; support open-ended terms and flexible payment schedules; track academic appointments, tenure, and memberships; manage endowments and grants; and so much more—all in a single system designed by higher education for higher education.

With Zion, your institution can:
• Adapt quickly to new learning and outcome models and other changes
• Engage students, faculty, and staff with truly mobile communications
• Gain greater insight into faculty and staff to optimize resources
• Improve accuracy and compliance for grants, budgets, and awards

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Curriculum management.

Create, manage, and maintain courses—including the unique attributes, and the necessary taxonomy for IPEDS reporting—using one easy-to-use curriculum management system.

  • Manage course eligibility, requisites, preclusions, and restrictions.
  • Maintain information on teaching staff to appoint appropriate teaching assignments.
  • Set parameters to control enrollment and wait-list capacity.
  • Use real-time data to quickly decide whether to add or cancel courses.

Plan the best course of action.

Zion Student, built for today’s campuses, lets you easily create, manage, and maintain courses using one easy-to-use curriculum management system.

  • Assign registration appointments based on student cohorts.
  • Manage course eligibility, requisites, preclusions, and restrictions.
  • Set parameters to control enrollment and wait-list capacity.
  • Offer flexible and creative course sections outside of academic periods.
  • Schedule orientations or practical learning activities, such as study abroad or internships.

Showcase all types of learning.

Support ever-evolving learning models with an adaptable curriculum management system.

  • Create fixed and date-driven academic calendars.
  • Adopt a flexible framework to recognize internships, study abroad programs, and another student learning.
  • Showcase projects, dissertations, examinations, or other milestones on student transcripts.
  • Schedule course assessments outside of course meeting times.

Identify key skills and knowledge.

With curriculum management from Zion, you can identify competencies and outcomes acquired from a particular course, activity, or achievement.

  • Link competencies and learning outcomes to individual courses and allow them to satisfy program requirements.
  • Use learning outcomes to show what students can do in a measurable way.
  • Allow students to share competencies with potential employers to create a bridge from education to occupation.