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Ellucian Degree Works™ is a comprehensive academic advising, transfer articulation, and degree audit solution that helps students and their advisors successfully negotiate your institution’s curriculum requirements. With Ellucian Degree Works, students are less likely to take courses they don’t need and more likely to stay on a direct path to graduation— and the solution can easily integrate with virtually any student information system.  Ellucian Degree Works provides powerful academic planning tools and real-time counseling capabilities that create new efficiencies and foster more personal interactions between advisors and students.
Your students receive the academic advice they need to succeed, and your advisors gain new capabilities to help them counsel students more successfully. The result? More successful transfers, increased retention, and a shorter time to degree.

Too often, students encounter obstacles in their path toward graduation, path toward graduation, slowing progress or worse:
interrupting that progress permanently. Finding better ways to support your students as they design and complete academic
plans is a critical part of ensuring student success and improving completion rates. With Ellucian Degree Works, your institution
provides:successful transfers, increased retention, and a shorter time to degree.  

Better access to academic advice 

Help students negotiate the most effective path to graduation, ensuring that they spend less time deciphering degree requirements and more time pursuing academic goals.

  • Real-time advice and counsel
  • Interactive “what if?” scenario planning
  • More transparent course and credit transfer
  • Clear path to graduation

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