CampusCE is pleased to welcome Southern Oregon University OLLI

As the latest member of the CampusCE OLLI Community! OLLI at SOU provides over 1,400 members with intellectually stimulating courses and social functions and is housed under the Southern Oregon University Division of Continuing Education in beautiful and sunny Ashland, Oregon.

The CampusCE EMS supports the SOU OLLI by facilitating the unique membership management process of a one-time annual fee of $100 which covers all courses that a member takes during the fall, winter, and spring terms. Members may request multiple courses and will be registered in as many as class space permits. Further, OLLI students may attend courses on both the Ashland and Medford SOU campuses and volunteer instructors are able to share their expertise and passions in courses spanning such diverse topics as art, hiking, history investments, landscaping, music, political science, travel, theatre and writing. To read more about the SOU OLLI click here.

CampusCE Signs Hostos Community College – CUNY in the Heights

CUNY in the Heights, a part of the Hostos CC Division for Continuing Education & Workforce Development(CEWD) plays a prominent role in the mission of Hostos Community College in providing access to education opportunities that lead to socio-economic mobility. CUNY in the Heights offers Computer Training, Healthcare, Professional Certification and Licensure Programs as well as ESL and GED programming. Learn more about CUNY in the Heights Programming here.

CUNY in the Heights CEWD, is implementing the CampusCE EMS to streamline its online registration, catalog production, academic scheduling and instructor management capabilities as part of a planned multi-phased roll out for Hostos Community College in improving constituent communication and student service access.

New Strategic Partnership Between Governet and Campus CE

New Strategic Partnership Between Governet and Campus CE Provides Unprecedented Synergy and Connectivity Between  Higher Education Institutions and Students

SANTA BARBARA, CA… Governet, creators of CurricUNET, the award-winning curriculum automation system for higher education institutions, announced today that it has formed a strategic partnership with Campus CE, developers of innovative on-demand software services for colleges, universities and continuing education institutions.  The partnership will create synergy between the companies, expand the capacity of each to improve educational access, automate workflow, and provide unprecedented Web-based connectivity between institutions and students.


Currently serving hundreds of higher education institutions and statewide college systems throughout the United States, CurricUNET’s suite of academic curriculum management services automates, streamlines and indexes approved curriculum in the states where it is deployed. CurricUNET also enables institutions to connect to statewide articulation and transfer systems and share vital resources for accreditation-required curriculum review via Web-based access to a database of more than a half-million course outlines and thousands of program and degree offerings.


Campus CE’s open enrollment Education Management System (EMS), which is currently deployed at more than eighty institutions nation-wide, including multi-campus regional and state-wide systems, serves as a student services portal for online registration, admissions, payment processing and administrative management tools for distance education and open enrollment curriculum. Provided through a Software as a Service Platform (SaaS), Campus CE’s EMS enables institutions to electronically connect students, faculty and administrators throughout complex registration, academic scheduling and student networks. The system provides flexible options for marketing to constituents while providing administrators real-time information for academic decision making.


The strategic partnership will combine resources and maximize synergistic capabilities of both companies to expand their networks by creating the Campus CE / CurricUNET Integrated System, which will enable unprecedented sharing of information between higher education institutions and students.  The Integrated System will bridge each company’s networks in areas of curriculum development, management, and approval, pre- and co-requisite tracking, administration and student information, articulation, academic scheduling, enrollment, and curriculum delivery – both online and in the classroom.


“For more than a decade, we have been building the worldwide curriculum network which has been accessed, primarily, by educators and administrators at client institutions,” said George Tamas, Governet’s Chief Executive Officer.  “By leveraging our vast library of course and program offerings with Campus CE’s EMS, the strategic alliance seeks to automate and improve upon the primary value chain activities of public and private higher education and training organizations.”


The Campus CE / CurricUNET Integrated System will streamline processes and eliminate double entries into multiple databases at each level, which will create significant savings in labor and optimize access to information across institutional databases. With such automation, the average curriculum approval and education management overhead can be reduced by more than 70%, which can ultimately reduce the cost of education for students.


“Our mission is to make higher education and training affordable and accessible for 100% of our nation’s student and adult learner population by developing the 21st century, internet-driven standard for the higher education, technical training and lifelong learning workflows,” said Loren Pace, CEO of Campus CE. “By partnering with Governet, we are tapping into their existing network, which will further our ability to help educational and training institutions provide exceptional student services.  At the same time, we can greatly increase connectivity, efficiency and productivity for all constituents through synergistic collaboration, information sharing and innovative technology.”


About Governet:

Governet is a leading provider of innovative Web-based solutions for higher education institutions. These solutions address local campus, statewide system, and international collaborative network issues in curriculum development, management and accreditation. Governet’s core application is CurricUNET, the award-winning curriculum management system designed to streamline curriculum processes from planning to articulation by improving workflow efficiency, reporting and approval processes and institutional connectivity. Currently serving hundreds of colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Canada and the United Arab Emirates, CurricUNET provides its users access to more than 600,000 course outlines and 47,000 programs and degrees. Via this transformational database, Governet is guiding the development of best practices standards for curriculum and creating what is rapidly becoming the worldwide curriculum network. For more information please visit

About Campus CE:

CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a collaborative environment of on-demand software services for higher educational institutions including, Colleges, Universities, Community and Vocational Colleges, Continuing Education Departments, Online Education Businesses, Corporate Universities and Government. The foundation of the CampusCE Integrated Web-based Learning Administration System is a set of hosted software applications that enable institutions to:

  • Optimize and schedule academic resources including, facilities, courses and instructors
  • Streamline production and publishing course catalogs in print and online
  • Market to student prospects via email, digital and print media
  • Provide branded, configurable e-commerce sites for multiple departments
  • Streamline admissions, enrollments and registration via e-commerce websites.
  • Make quick, accurate decisions with extensive reporting and dash boarding capabilities.
  • Integrate or consolidate various database systems including legacy, CRM and LMS.
  • Produce course-level budgets and financial information


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CampusCE Adds Peninsula College

Seattle, WA – CampusCE is proud to announce its latest Washington State client, Peninsula College Office of Community & Business Education. Peninsula College is committed to providing college/community connections through the exchange of knowledge and resources, and offers customized training, business and entrepreneurial classes and online professional development programs in Washington’s beautiful Olympic Peninsula region.

Peninsula College will be implementing CampusCE’s Education Management System Version 6.0 to enhance the online enrollment and registration and student constituent communication management processes of its open enrollment programs through CampusCE’s state-of-the-art, web-based technology. Student, course, instructor and financial information is automatically updated and validated with the information in Washington State’s HP 3000 system through CampusCE’s unique, real-time integration with the SBCTC mandated system.

Olympic College Joins the CampusCE Community

Let’s extend a warm welcome to Olympic College, CampusCE’s 16th Washington client!

Olympic college has been a leading Washington educational institution since 1946. At that time Olympic had just 575 students and tuition was $35 a quarter! A lot has grown and changed since then, including their recent adoption of CampusCE’s Education Management System version 6.0, which features direct HP 3000 integration. With this new system, Olympic College’s office of Workforce Development and Continuing Education can now serve its students like never before. With online registration, enhanced catalog production and easy access to relevant program management information we expect great things out of their program.

Check out more about Olympic College here…

Congratulations to OLLI at San Francisco State University!

CampusCE is proud to add the OLLI at San Francisco State University to our growing list of outstanding partners. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at SF State is now a part of the growing ranks of elite schools taking action to increase operational efficiencies by managing their membership, registration, payment and course-building tasks through CampusCE’s Education Management System (EMS) Version 6.0. In addition, CampusCE provides integration with the SF State PeopleSoft Financials system.

OLLI at SF State is an impressive community of like-minded peers, ages 50 and up. These energetic community members engage each other and themselves as they participate in inspiring and provocative courses, interest groups, and events, led by retired SF State professors and other experts in their respective fields.

Click here to learn more about OLLI at SF State!

CampusCE Welcomes OLLI at Univ. of Georgia

Let’s give a warm welcome to OLLI at the University of Georgia!

CampusCE is delighted and proud to name University of Georgia OLLI as one of its latest partners! OLLI at UGA has markedly increased operational efficiencies by managing their membership, registration, payment and administrative tasks through CampusCE’s EMS Version 6.0.

OLLI at UGA is a non-profit, member-led group bustling with engaged citizens whose mission is to stimulate minds and forge friendships through continuing education. Their exciting summer offerings cover a wide breadth of prerequisite-free courses such as Aging, Biological Sciences, Geology, Personal Finance, and Fiction: How to Write a Novel. For more information on the college, including their 14 special interest groups, check out: and .

CampusCE is Pleased to Welcome Stony Brook University OLLI

Stony Brook University is in the midst of implementing the CampusCE EMS Version 6.0, and our teams are excited to welcome Stony Brook University to the CampusCE community of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes. Stony Brook University will use the CampusCE EMS Version 6.0 in order to manage membership, registration, payment and administrative tasks.


The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Stony Brook University (formerly the Round Table) is open to all retired and semi-retired individuals who are interested in expanding their intellectual horizons in a university setting. Members are encouraged to participate at all levels in OLLI’s various activities, and it is expected that benefits will accrue to a member in proportion to his/her participation.

CampusCE Enhances Reporting Capabilities

Seattle, WA –

CampusCE’s new, rapidly deployable data-warehousing functionality gives EMS administrators the flexibility to create ad hoc reports on any combination of data on the fly using comprehensive report-authoring tools that include integration with standard Microsoft Office products. The CampusCE Inzite solution allows you to select and combine multiple data sources into “cubes” including the CampusCE EMS, any CRM, back-end enterprise system and/or stand alone database.

The CampusCE Inzite solution greatly reduces the time required to perform relevant business information drill down, longitudinal analytics, and display scorecards, metrics and key performance indicator dashboards in order to provide a precise understanding of performance relative to the institution’s multiple strategic goals.

2012 – A Paradigm Shift for Open Enrollment

Seattle, WA – The first months of 2012 have presented a different paradigm for those of us that support the higher education community with technology solutions to improve institutional workflows. The community of institutions using CampusCE’s open enrollment education management software has grown immensely, and our firm expects to continue making forward strides in improving its level of service for continuing & community education, workforce and professional development, corporate training and lifelong learning organizations.

As a whole, the open enrollment technology market has benefited from a heightened interest from educators and administrators looking to improve the level of their learning community’s web 2.0 student services, and in part from a failure of enterprise providers to implement their systems to meet the needs of students and administrators. Higher education often has multiple missions: research, undergraduate and graduate ascription, and short-term enrichment and training. The challenge in managing the fulfillment of each of these missions successfully is that the key performance indicators for the primary, secondary and tertiary operations are so vastly different, and the implementation of a process that supports multiple mission critical workflows in one monolithic system (as is the norm for higher education) is either untenable or well outside the comfort zone of institutional IT personnel. As a result, the secondary or tertiary missions of higher education institutions fall victim to prevailing processes that are easily supported by the existing implementation of the enterprise’s workflows.

Depending on each institution’s unique identity and state charter the secondary missions could be to deliver high quality matriculated programming, or to provide short-term workforce training or corporate and community outreach programs. In short, higher ed. produces three or more very different and complex products for society to consume. By way of analogy if higher education was Henry Ford he would be trying to make automobiles, electric razors and microwaves on a single assembly line.

In large part, an accelerated economic recovery depends on our ability to quickly train and certify our workers with the skills that are required to participate in the new economy – and this requires a renewed focus from public education in the open enrollment arena as matriculated programming is much too slow to adapt to the changing needs of the labor force. Many Americans, and especially younger generations were excited to see higher education reform outlined as part of the national agenda early this year and it is paramount that the American people, begin to understand the structural problems that are preventing the country from getting back to work. The country’s high unemployment rate isn’t a result of failed economic policy and that there aren’t enough on shore jobs, but that our country has a knowledge gap between the skills required to fill the available, high wage positions and the parallel skills of American job seekers.

2012 is the first year in a period which will see open enrollment programs that serve secondary missions in public higher education adjust to the digital age or find themselves forced from the businesses they are currently in. 2012 is the first year in which there is enough fiscal pressure to force administrators into making decisions. Administrators will have to decide (here it makes sense to revert to Mr. Ford) whether to structurally reinvest in their dying products by buying a new assembly line that is good for making razors and microwaves or find that they can no longer make personal hygiene and small home appliances effectively.

The up or out environment CampusCE is envisioning will see more certificate-based, workforce and corporate training programming, less personal enrichment and community education, and enhanced regional competition between programs. Each State in the Union will be drawn into the reinvestment process at its own pace, depending on its unique fiscal circumstance; but, a moment of decision is inevitable in every case. As administrators looks to stretch every dollar in what will continue to be an uncertain and fiscally austere climate, institutions will need to decide whether to make the necessary investments in technology and personnel in order to refocus their efforts on executing secondary and tertiary missions or drop those missions from their charter all together.

For administrators, the necessity and urgency of making some kind of decision about whether to reinvest in short-term programming or to move out of the market will increase as the year goes on. As the demand for open enrollment, certificate and short term training programs increases over more expensive and exhaustive matriculated programs, addressing the issue of open enrollment student services workflow will become paramount in the onset of 2013, and poorly equipped programs will continue to lose out on the market opportunity and bleed money from their parent institutions. The longer the decision making process gets delayed the bigger the problem becomes – 2012 has thus far proven to be a year of action for many institutions.

At CampusCE, we hope this trend continues.