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Deloitte at Alliance 2018
Supporting the digital campus for higher education March 25–28, 2018 │Salt Lake City, UT
Join Deloitte and colleges and universities from around the globe at Alliance 2018, the annual Higher Education user group (HEUG) conference of Oracle application users. As a Gold sponsor, Deloitte is proud to support the exchange of ideas and practices for modernizing the higher education campus.
- Deloitte activities at Alliance 2018
- Visit us at booth #1133
- Session details
- Connect with key Deloitte leaders
- See the video: Deloitte and Oracle powering the modern campus
Deloitte at Alliance 2018
At the Alliance 2018 conference, Deloitte will be an integral part of the ongoing dialogue on how higher educational institutions can transform their operations and cultures to embrace the future. We’ll share insights and experiences from our decades serving the higher education market, explore the technology advancements that are both driving and enabling change, and discuss real-world approaches to managing the disruption facing colleges and universities around the world.
Deloitte’s Higher Education practice is committed to helping colleges and universities transform through technology and adapt to the changing needs of their communities, constituents, and students. Our team of higher education specialists work with presidents, chancellors, and provosts—as well as finance, technology, and HR leaders—to modernize IT infrastructure, advance operational efficiency, and enhance the student experience.
Visit us at booth #1133
Stop by the Deloitte booth #1133 to connect with our Higher Education practice team and discuss the challenges on the horizon for your institution. Meet with our industry specialists to dig deeper on topics including:
- Ways to effectively help guide a student toward graduation using PeopleSoft’s capabilities
- Methods to better serve your students by going digital
- How Oracle Marketing Cloud can help your institution’s student recruitment efforts
- How to effectively implement a digital mobile strategy
Sessions at a glance
- Graduation: Are you capturing them all?
- Implementing online program registration using activity guide
- Project governance in higher education and the impact on cloud-based technology projects
- Student experience in marketing recruitment activities
- Growing pains to the re-design of electronic test score data transfer processes
- PeopleSoft campus solutions—Mobile calendar
- Applying ourselves: An admitting office’s quest for flexibility and consolidation
- Who moved my cloud?
Graduation: Are you capturing them all?
Session number: 4991
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | 03:45–04:15 p.m. MST
Join us as we present with Miami Dade College. Miami Dade College offers stackable degrees that allow a student to build upon their coursework with completion points along the way. College Credit Certificates can lead to an associate in science degree. An associate in science degree could lead to an associate in arts degree or even a Baccalaureate. Does a student who is pursuing an associate in science degree qualify for the College Credit Certificate associated with the degree? This session will cover how Miami Dade leveraged the delivered PeopleSoft product using ADB report types, queries, and automated graduation. It will also detail the development of a customization that identifies students who have met the requirements for programs outside of their declared program/plan and graduate them.
Implementing online program registration using activity guide
Session number: 4758
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | 01:15–02:15 p.m. MST
New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) had been using a paper based, in-person program registration process for many years and the institution was facing challenges with registration and backfilling of seats. Working with Deloitte, the college decided to implement Student Activity Guide functionality to address these challenges and to make the registration process easier, more accessible and simpler for incoming students. This session will discuss the solutions that were a part of the project. At the heart of the solution is the newly created Program Registration Activity Guide Master Template, which consists of both delivered and custom components. For notifications, 3C’s were utilized for all registration related messages.
Project governance in higher education and the impact on cloud-based technology projects
Session number: 4810
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 | 9:15–10:15 a.m. MST
The higher education sector is powerful in its consensus and governance method that is critical in many domains of the university and research center structure. For large-scale cloud technology projects, this can be crippling to effective project management and establishing change management adoption. This session will cover key lessons learned in this area and options to consider for higher education clients pressing to make the jump to cloud solutions.
Student experience in marketing recruitment activities
Session number: 5114
Wednesday, March 27, 2018 | 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. MST
Explore the digital marketing possibilities as we discuss Seneca College's implementation of Oracle Marketing Cloud—Eloqua for student recruitment activities. We will share perspectives on digital marketing and its application in higher education, lessons learned, and considerations for implementing and evolving your digital marketing campaigns.
Growing pains to the re-design of electronic test score data transfer processes
Session number: 5198
Tuesday, March 27 | 09:45–10:15 a.m. MST
Miami Dade College (MDC) has implemented over the years electronic data transfer processes to load and post students’ test score data from third party agencies. With the transition from our legacy enterprise system into PeopleSoft, MDC completely re-design all existing electronic test scores data transfer processes for ACT, SAT, TOEFL, CLEP, PERT, and FTCE utilizing file parser. This session will explore the approach taken by the college with the implementation of PeopleSoft to launch these electronic test scores data transfers, the challenges that we faced to automate these processes and how they were resolved. We will also peek behind the scenes to some file parser custom setups build. This session will benefit those in the audience looking for a fresh approach to implement electronic test scores at their institution.
PeopleSoft campus solutions—mobile calendar
Session number: 4843
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | 09:45–10:15 a.m. MST
Is your institution looking to improve student engagement? Have you considered implementing a digital mobile strategy to increase those numbers? In this session, you’ll learn about Deloitte's proprietary PeopleSoft campus solutions—mobile calendar solution. Students can gain real-time access to their class schedules on their mobile phone without separately logging into PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. Your presenters—the Business Process Manager from the University of Windsor and a senior consultant with Deloitte's Higher Education practice—will walk you through the Mobile Calendar solution and how it can help you implement a successful digital mobile strategy.
Applying ourselves: An admitting office’s quest for flexibility and consolidation
Session number: 4689
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | 02:30–03:00 p.m. MST
The Division of Continuing Studies (DCS) at University of Wisconsin-Madison serves as the admitting office for the University’s non-degree-seeking/special students. DCS recently identified a growing problem for its applicants, as well as its application processing staff—it was offering too many application options in an effort to accommodate individual program needs. At the peak, DCS offered six different admission applications, with about 20 percent of incoming apps requiring manual entry into the Campus Solutions SIS. This medley of options created confusion for students, but also proved troublesome and time-consuming for the application processing staff. It was important to keep the specialized content and questions, but the big question was “How to consolidate and streamline?” Hear DCS share their journey and lessons learned as they moved to Campus Solutions.
Who moved my cloud?
Session number: 5128
Monday, March 26, 2018 | 09:45–10:45 a.m. MST
This panel discussion will bring together multiple institutions who are on different paths for their SIS modernization of legacy systems and adoption of cloud technology. Discussion will address how the institution decided upon their paths, what their perspectives are on cloud technology for student, and how they are and have worked to improve their systems, student support capabilities, and student experience. Panel will work off of both prepared questions on these topics as well as give attendees the opportunity to ask questions of the panel.
Connect with key Deloitte leaders
We look forward to further discussing your institution's journey around such issues as migrating your Oracle PeopleSoft applications to the cloud. To arrange a time to meet with us at Alliance 2018, please contact Brandon Sosa or Louise Upton. Please also visit our Higher Education Services site.