Dual Credit System

PRISM Dual Credit was initially built off the Student Success eSolution (SSeS) to ensure a stable and secure framework.  The system provides access for users from schools, school boards, and colleges to ensure stringent privacy controls on student data. PRISM allows for school users to register their students into Dual Credit courses offered by local colleges taking into account allocation restrictions at the school board and college level.

PRISM Dual Credit includes complex reporting for administration analysis, marks system, and utilizes push technology for updating specific users of any changes to a student’s marks, progress, or registration status. There is a public API to allow for system integrations and numerous customizable registration steps to support for varying registration processes across colleges.

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Dual Credit System Benefits / Features

Student Sharing from Board to College

This problem has plagued Student Information Systems (SIS) for School Boards across the country. PRISM bridges the gap with easy importing of student data from your SIS via CSV or API integration.

Online Registrations and Email Notifications

Finally eliminate paper applications and mailing reports with PRISM’s online registration capability and email notifications of registrations, drops, progress updates, and course marks.

Global Reporting

PRISM provides in depth reporting for each college for global data analysis. Reports include college registrar's report, student data report, benchmark funding, contract change and others.

Client Testimonials

Quote from Chris Morris, Dual Credit Teacher - WECDSB

“New Teachers have had very little difficulty navigating PRISM screens to register a student. I actually get very few phone calls requesting assistance from new Teachers regarding student registration...a very good thing!!”

Quote from Art Barron, Manager of SCWI Programs – St. Clair College

“Since implementing PRISM for student registration and tracking, my office has saved hundreds of hours per year in inputting, tracking and reporting of dual credit programs.”