Parchment Connect Texas
Hosted by The University of Texas at Arlington on March 2, 2022
In case you missed any presentations onsite,
below are the PPT presentations to review and share
Moderator: Sarah Kiley, General Manager, K12 and Professional.
Panelists: Allie Green, SIS Support Specialist, Frisco ISD; Anita Weddle, PEIMS Student Records Specialist, Hurst Euless bedford ISD; Rebecca Lothringer, AVP for Enrollment Management, UT Arlington; Rebecca Griffith, District Director of Admissions and Records, Tarrant County College
Parchment’s Sarah Kiley, General Manager, K12 & Professional, moderates a Member Panel where we’ll discuss the positive impact digital credentials provide to students and you! Join us to learn more about the benefits of having both digital and print credentials easily issuable on one platform – and how doing so gives your students a competitive advantage. This session will get you to the next level.
The learner landscape has changed dramatically in recent years and continues to evolve. Parchment’s Kevin Martin, General Manager, Higher Education, will discuss how to best support students now and throughout every stage of their educational journey. How can we set learners up to tell their story best? What can we do to ensure workforce readiness and communicate learning outcomes? Learn what you can do to set students up for success today – and moving forward.
Learn how to build, enhance, and find innovative solutions to develop comprehensive enrollment strategies. Dr. Troy Johnson, Vice President of Enrollment Management at The University of Texas at Arlington, joins us for our Keynote session where he’ll share creative recruitment strategies to improve student success and help you meet your enrollment goals. Challenge accepted!
Parchment K12 Account Manager, Ben Silva will showcase best practices to streamline your transcript and records request process for current students and alumni.
Presenter: Lynn Sommerville, Senior Enterprise Account Executive, Vector Solutions
Colleges, universities, and organizations that prioritize comprehensive and high-impact digital prevention strategies in critical areas such as mental health, diversity, substance misuse, sexual violence, and hazing deserve recognition. Each year, the Campus prevention Network evaluates over 1,000 colleges, universities, and national organizations against evidence-based prevention principles and awards the Seal of Prevention to those who demonstrate comprehensive commitment to a culture of well-being.
Making these efforts visible to prospective students and parents matters. 34% of high school students are more likely to attend a campus that has achieved the CPN Seal of Prevention, and institutions with the Seal have, on average, a 10% higher retention rate compared to non-Seal institutions. Join Lynn to learn more about the Seal of Prevention and the strategic impact of prevention programming across the student lifecycle.
Presenter: Glenn Terry, Director of Outreach and Strategic Partnerships, NCAA Eligibility Center
Glenn Terry breaks down the initial-eligibility standards that help ensure students are prepared to succeed in college. Learn the key steps, timeline milestones, and how to get your students started, take ownership, and plan ahead.
Presenter: Christopher Bobbitt, and Grace Munyakazi-Conner, Anthology
Join Chris Bobbitt and Grace Munyakazi-Conner of Anthology, as they share how Universities and Colleges are leveraging the Anthology Student, CRM and ERP solutions to increase student recruitment and retention from lead to alumni.
Presenter: Melissa O’Connor , Manager, Higher Education; Christian Andrea, Regional Sales Manager, Higher Education
Frequently Asked Question
Online June 8th & 10th via Zoom! You can sign up for the entire conference, a day or just a few sessions. Save your seat and we’ll send you an calendar invite with a zoom link for you to attend online.
Everyone’s welcome. The conference mainly for K12 & Higher Education and usually in a role such as Admissions, Registrars, Provosts, Deans, Professors, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs to name a few.
It’s all online, so just click the green button to save your seat and we’ll send you your Zoom invite with a calendar reminder.
This is a free Parchment community funded event
After you have registered by saving your virtual online seat we’ll send you the invite via email.
We do not provide details of other attendees to scholars. Please use the Facebook group to enquire about others going and start connecting!