Empower students to easily discover programs, pathways, careers and more
Improve prospective student engagement and support recruitment by integrating DIGARC EXPLORE interactive search modules within your institutional website. The pre-built, highly configurable web modules help learners research programs, careers, transfer information, costs, and more, all without ever leaving your website.
Help prospective students freely discover and compare your institution’s offerings wherever they may search. Simply embed the EXPLORE Program module strategically within your institution’s website, and prospects can search by keyword, subject or related job title, then filter results by degree type, time to completion, delivery location and method.
Students and prospects can conveniently identify career interests and uncover related programs with the EXPLORE Career module. Highlight salary, job growth projections, alumni successes and the corresponding educational options, enabling students and prospects to tailor their curriculum choices, pathways and job market preferences to best suit their educational and career objectives.
For the first time, prospective students can connect programs, careers and costs directly within your departmental web pages with EXPLORE Inform. Enable comparison of options. Allow prospects to customize course load to determine time and cost to completion.
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Kevin Jensen, Associate VP & Chief Enrollment Management Officer
“Prospective students can quickly find the return on investment, accurate course and program data we know weighs heavily on the college selection process without going to other websites.”