HEUG Central - Illinois

Our Sessions

Don’t License a 3rd Party Student Information System! Use Campus Solutions for Workforce Development & Continuing Education

October 2nd (1:15-2:15)

Campus Solutions customers have two choices for supporting Workforce Development / Continuing Education:

  • License a third-party Student Information System (SIS)
  • Build a bespoke application from scratch.

Until now.

CY2’s Continuing Education application leverages native Campus Solutions and PeopleTools components configured to give customers a third, less costly and risky option:

  • Use Campus Solutions to support Workforce Development / Continuing Education.


Core Capabilities:

  • Flexible educational product offering
  • Instant enrollment
  • Existing payment gateway integration (CashNet, TouchNet, Nelnet, etc.)
  • Program completion requirements
  • Student history and detail tracking
  • Process financial information
  • Bypass standard business process steps in Campus Solutions.
  • Native PeopleTools and Campus Solutions
  • Consistent architecture and processes
  • Fluid UX
  • Templates
  • Activity Guides
  • Interactive Reporting

Students Don't Read Email. CY2’S CONNECT Student Communications Platform To The Rescue

October 3rd (1:30-2:30)

Institutions struggle with timely delivery of messages to students. CY2 developed Connect as a lightweight, mobile-first alternative to email that is natively integrated with PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. Connect communicates with students in their preferred channel:

  • SMS
  • Canvas or other LMS
  • WhatsApp
  • Modo or other student mobile/portal application
  • Teams
  • Oracle Digital Assistant

Connect impacts the entire student lifecycle:

  • Recruitment: event reminders; application completion
  • Enrollment: payments; housing; Summer melt
  • Student Support: mental health; at-risk advisement
  • Career/Workforce: job fairs; networking
  • Alumni: meetups; donations/benefits

Key Elements:

  • SaaS hosted application
  • Institution defined, event driven communications
  • Real-time and batch sending
  • Institution defined student groups
  • 1-to-1 messaging to students
  • Students opt-in to their preferred channel
  • Institutions can require specific always-on channels