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Central State University to Use Oracle Cloud to Increase Degree Attainment


To open educational opportunity to all students and help increase degree attainment, the Central State University has announced its decision to start using the Oracle Student Management technology.

The technology will allow the university to enroll, reach and ensure the success of its students in Distance Learning Program and provide proactive intelligence which in turn will improve success and retention rates across the university.

“Increasing student enrollment, improving retention, and speeding time to a degree are core priorities for Central State,” President of the university, Dr. Cynthia Jackson- Hammond, said.

“We understand that every student is different and has pressures of work and life that often derail their path. With Oracle Student Management, we will be able to further reach and support those students through our upcoming Distance Learning Program, ensuring they achieve the degree they need to better their employment opportunities.”

A new Oracle University class will be added to the curriculum of the university’s distance learning program, which will prepare the students for the modern workforce.

The university has further decided to add different Oracle Cloud technologies over a period of time to upgrade its operational efficiency and provide a personalized student experience.

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