Ellucian Ethos

The average higher education institution relies on upwards of 100 individual point solutions to deliver key services—covering everything from recruitment to financial aid, alumni relations to payment systems. Over time, this approach has resulted in siloed, disjointed decision-making and complex maintenance efforts.

Ellucian Ethos enables higher education’s digital transformation by providing a unique platform that connects people, processes and applications across the institution. The power of coordinated programs designed for student success helps ensure institutional vitality.

Ethos is built upon an open data model that unifies data, APIs and integrations that connect a community of applications and analytics and workflow enabling universities to make informed and coordinated decisions.

Ellucian has proven experience and has created over 500 data models designed specifically for higher ed. This gives institutions everything they need to manage a digitally connected campus for today and into the future, while keeping students, faculty, and staff on the path to success.

Features include:

  • Uniform data model that enforces uniformity across systems
  • Industry experience
  • Data Anytime, Anywhere
  • Standard Integrations and APIs (reusable and flexible integrations between Ellucian, partner and institution applications)
  • Flexible framework
  • Cloud and on-prem ready
  • Informed decision-making
  • Institutional speed and agility
  • Packaged for Easy Consumption

With this cool tool for higher education customers can move to cloud at their own pace, decrease maintenance costs and effort to integration, access easier integration and maintenance across the institution, access standard APIs and integrations that come out-of-the-box, enjoy faster deployment and less maintenance, and shift IT resources to more strategic efforts. Ellucian Ethos is a Cool Tool Award Finalist (2021) for “Best Higher Education Solution” as part of The EdTech Awards from EdTech Digest. Learn more


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