annual Jenzabar Regional Users Group Oct. 21. Jenzabar is a leading provider of
software, strategies and services developed to meet the needs of higher education
the region to share information, assist one another with using the software and
help to develop new or improved functions.
participants from colleges in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas. Representatives
from several departments on the WWU campus will also attend.
that connect departments throughout the campus, Jenzabar helps colleges and
universities in the areas of enrollment, retention and advancement.
Horn, admissions applicant coordinator. “We use it to keep track of all applicant
records—when they were recruited, when
they apply, when they’re accepted.”
grades and schedule, account information and alumni info is also entered into
Jenzabar. Owlnet is also a product that receives its information from Jenzabar.
It is an integral part of the day-to-day operations for many departments on
chairing a committee of Jim Long, director of university information
technology; Dr. Erin Hansman, director of institutional research, and Brenda
Foster, community development officer.
help different departments, as well as different levels of user, from the basic
user to information technology staff.
software products, as well as assist users with the software they currently
have. The users group also provides an opportunity for other companies with
similar products to present them to colleges and universities in the region.
Kemper Center for the Arts. There is no registration fee to attend this one-day
meeting, and lunch is included. For more information on attending or
presenting, contact Horn at email@example.com.