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By Alana Ripy in Student Conduct, Symplicity Client Showcase posted: Sep, 3rd 2020

University of Derby Utilises CareerHub for Student Wellbeing

Supporting student wellbeing and mental health has always been important to higher education institutions, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made institutions around the world even more focused on student support. The University of Derby was especially keen on providing student support when their campus first went into lockdown on March 24th and was able to […]


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By Alana Ripy in Disability Services, Symplicity Client Showcase posted: May, 28th 2020

Overcoming COVID-19 Challenges: Purchase College

Symplicity asked Lauren Rodriguez, Director of the Office of Disability Resources at Purchase College, about the impact of COVID-19 on disability services and about the use of Symplicity Accommodate during this time. Purchase College first implemented Accommodate almost six years and found the disability services management transition from in-person to remote was made easy because […]


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By Alana Ripy in Best Practices, Career Services, Symplicity Client Showcase posted: Mar, 27th 2020

USC Ensures the Continuity of Services During COVID-19

In response to COVID-19 closing college campuses worldwide, many higher education institutions are now providing career services virtually to their students. One such institution that is implementing virtual career services is the University of Southern California (USC) through connectSC (powered by Symplicity CSM). USC has one of the largest multi-school environments with connectSC for all […]


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By Alana Ripy in Career Services posted: Aug, 18th 2017

Getting Your Online Students Involved With Career Services

Students who attend traditional classes on campus are typically more involved in their school’s community since they are physically there on a regular basis – meaning they’re easier to reach in terms of advertising your career center’s offerings. Students who attend your university online are an entirely different animal, though; you can’t reach them with […]


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