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Student Tracking Software

Progress IQ is a student academic tracking system, empowering institutions to monitor and track student performance in real time, using existing information systems.

Through roles-based permissions, ProgressIQ lets administrators and faculty view student progression information such as:

ProgressIQ has transformed our faculty advisement program to allow a 360-degree view of a student’s progress through our curriculum. Faculty are able to keep personal notes on their meetings with students and document their advice and suggestions. In addition, ProgressIQ serves an important role in our Student Progress Committee’s activities through its document storage functions. It serves its purpose well as a one-stop snapshot of how a student is navigating our rigorous program requirements.
-Associate Dean of Student Services

Data Visualizations

At a glance, students and faculty, can monitor progress within individual courses and across the whole curriculum. Powerful data visualizations highlight students' strengths and weaknesses, allowing faculty to target their advising and encouraging students to focus their studies and seek academic help when needed.

On a larger scale these data visualizations provide administration with the ability to conduct competency tracking across the whole curriculum allowing for a real-time view of performance to make actionable changes and improvements.

Easily Track Performance Across Courses

Track Student Progress across courses over time

Identify Strengths and Weaknesses

Identify Student's Strengths and Weaknesses

At a Glance Cohort Comparisons

At a Glance Cohert Comparisons

Empowering Faculty and Advisors

Our student tracking system offers many features to faculty and advisors to track and monitor student academic progress, success, and support including:

ProgressIQ is a powerful student success management system that facilitates student retention and achievement. Faculty use early alerts and built-in communication tools to support students efficiently and effectively, so they can successfully complete their courses, move forward with their cohort, and achieve their educational goals.