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Why Full Circle Tracking?

Full Circle Tracking in and itself is of minimum use. Our Full Circle tracking system is designed to track student cohorts, demographics, enrolment, academic goals, admission, multiple education plan, degree audit, attendance, and generates dashboards and powerful reports.

  • Track critical student information individually and in various cohorts.

  • Helps students make optimized education plans and track their progress.

  • Helps advisers support students via advising logs.

  • Helps Early Alerts specialists to intervene in time to prevent the students from failing in their academic goals.

Learn More for Full Circle Tracking

 

The purpose of full circle tracking is to track the student activities like personal plans, grades and education plan.

Full Circle Tracking ensures that you have all the information you need to provide the Admission, Advising, Assessment, Competency-Based Learning, Early Alert, Retention and other modules focus on college wise needs and provide software solutions to all levels of users. This comprehensive software enables you to track applicants from initial enquiry to enrolment and maintains an updated log of each follow-up.

 

This software is an ideal solution for colleges that have multiple campuses to quickly view reports of students enrolled on weekly or daily basis.

So, why wait ! Transform the Journey to ensure Student Success

The real purpose of full circle tracking is to help institutions use their resources to create an environment for student support, increase retention, college completion and overall student success. The system intelligently tracks academic goals and helps students make multiple education plans to meet these goals.

What others are saying?

“Full Circle Tracking system is an easy tool for tracking your students’ progress. By using the simple overviews, you can quickly see who is using the course and in which manner. “

Getting Started with Full Circle Tracking

  • Admission Dashboard

    The admission dashboard includes statistics about graduates, freshmen, dropouts, and continuing students. It also includes percent admission in each program, program-wise dropout percentage and the main reasons for student dropouts.

    The bar graph depicts the count of graduates, freshmen, dropouts, and continuing students in the last nine years.

    The pie chart shows the admission percentage of students in each program.

    The line graph shows the dropout percentage of students in particular programs.

    The shaded graph represents the reasons behind dropping out of students in each year. The four main reasons behind dropping out are:

    • Tuition Cost
    • Personal
    • Failing Grade
    • Academic inadequacy

    Check it out for yourself by entering the full-screen mode of the Power BI graph shown below.

  • Education Plan

     

    Help students make optimized education plans and track their progress.

    Educational planning is key aspect of studentspace that helps students make optimized education plans and track their progress.

    There are two ways for Education Plan, one is manually planning (MEP) and another is automatic planning (AEP). AEP (Automatic Education Plan) automatically plans the education plan of all Active students for their future semesters. AEP runs for single semester at a time. AEP can run for unlimited semesters. However, it has to be run for one semester at a time.

    While Manual planning is done by the student itself in which he/she can plan for the current and future semesters. For those students who have not planned manually, AEP plans would be more suitable for them.

  • Advising Log

    Academic advising is a collaborative relationship between a student and an academic advisor. The intent of this collaboration is to assist the student in developing meaningful educational goals that are consistent with personal interests, values, and abilities.

    The table and pie chart depict the number of males and females on each campus in the selected semester.

    The bar graph shows the count of students who were given speedy advisement under the given appointment types for the semester which is selected in the dropdown.

    Check it out for yourself by entering the full-screen mode of the Power BI graph shown below.

  • Early Alert

    The Early Alert system is an online tool for staff and faculty to identify at-risk students and connect them to relevant supports. The purpose of Early Alert is to allow the faculty or advisor, online access of a student’s education records for the purpose of making a timely intervention possible. The primary goal of the Early Alert program is to facilitate timely communication between administrators, faculty, and advisors in order to help students succeed.

    The table and pie chart depict the number of males and females on each campus in the selected semester.

    The bar graph shows the count of students who were given alerts in the particular course under the given alert types for the semester which is selected in the dropdown.

    Check it out for yourself by entering the full-screen mode of the Power BI graph shown below.

  • Retention

    A student's retention rate is the percentage of new first-year students enrolled in the same school, the following year. The retention rate refers specifically to new freshman students that continue at the same school for their sophomore year of college. Student retention continues to be a key challenge facing universities, and one which is compounded by recent and ongoing changes affecting the sector.

    The table and pie chart depict the number of males and females on each campus in the selected semester.

    The bar graph shows the count of students who were retained in the given programs for the semester which is selected in the dropdown. It also shows

    Dropped out and withdrawn students.

    Check it out for yourself by entering the full-screen mode of the Power BI graph shown below.