Clearinghouse Academy March 2017 LIve Webinars

Here’s our line-up of live webinars for April. You can register for one or more of them at the links below.

About Our Live Webinar Series
All our webinars, which are designed to help you better understand and use your Clearinghouse services, are conducted by subject matter experts and highly experienced staff members from across the Clearinghouse’s operations, compliance, and secondary and postsecondary services areas, including our regional directors and others.

Our webinars cover all our services and many are repeated monthly — some more than once a month — throughout the year, so you can select the date and time option most convenient to you. Recordings will also be posted, when available, for on-demand viewing.

Where to Register and Learn More about Clearinghouse Events
You can sign up and learn more about our ongoing webinars, as well as upcoming conferences and presentations in which the Clearinghouse is participating, on the events calendar of our Clearinghouse Academy page. Recordings of past webinars, as well as on-demand training videos and other user resources, are also available on the page.

Register Now for Our April Webinars

About the Clearinghouse

The Clearinghouse: Learn About Our History, Mission, and Suite of Services (60 minutes)
Learn about the Clearinghouse’s history, our mission and vision, and how our services support the education community at large. Repeated monthly. For all institutional users.

Enrollment Reporting

Discover the Clearinghouse: The Evolving Enrollment & Compliance Reporting Landscape (75 minutes)
Explore the Clearinghouse’s partnership with FSA and NSLDS, how regulations evolve into system enhancements, and what it means for you. You’ll also learn how the data flows end-to-end and about upcoming enhancements and strategies for the ever-changing world of enrollment reporting. Repeated every two weeks. For all institutional users.

Enrollment Reporting Error Resolution on the Web: Managing and Resolving Enrollment Reporting Errors Through Our Secure Site (45 minutes)
Learn tips and best practices for resolving some of the most common — and challenging — Enrollment Reporting errors. Repeated every two weeks.

  • Thursday, April 13 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (for beginners)
  • Monday, April 17 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (for intermediate and advanced users)
  • Friday, April 28 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (for beginners)

Enrollment Reporting: The Case of the Perpetual Student (45 minutes)
Learn how to report your students after they’ve graduated and continued on into a new program at your institution. Repeated every two weeks. For seasoned users in the registrar’s office.

Holding Hands: Maximizing Your Compliance & Enrollment Reporting through Partnership between Financial Aid & Registrar Offices (90 minutes)
Get a comprehensive look at the Clearinghouse’s Enrollment Reporting service as it relates to financial aid and registrar offices, including how to get the most out of your partnership with the Clearinghouse. Repeated every two weeks. For registrar and financial aid staff.

SSCR Error Resolution on the Web Series (50 minutes)
This webinar series reviews how to address and resolve the most commonly received SSCR errors at the Clearinghouse.  These sessions will cover recent changes to NSLDS reporting guidelines, the Clearinghouse’s SSCR Error Correction enhancement, and best practices to help schools meet the federally mandated 10-day response timeframe to NSLDS. Repeated every two weeks. For active Enrollment Reporting school users.

  • Thursday, April 6 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (Errors 22 and 38)
  • Tuesday, April 11 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (Errors 30, 32, 69, 77, 78, and 79)
  • Monday, April 17 at 2 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (Errors 22 and 38)
  • Thursday, April 27 at 1 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW (Errors 30, 32, 69, 77, 78, and 79)

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Offices: How to Maximize Your Use of the Clearinghouse (60 minutes)
Discover the Clearinghouse’s versatile suite of services and how it can help your Financial Aid office maximize efficiency, alleviate manual processes, and provide a higher level of customized support to your students. Repeated monthly. For financial aid staff.

Reverse Transfer

Reverse Transfer: A National Solution  (50 minutes)
Join us for an introduction to Reverse Transfer: What it is, how it affects you and your students, and benefits of the service. This session is geared towards those new to or unfamiliar with Reverse Transfer. Repeated monthly. For staff members at institutions that are not using the Clearinghouse’s Reverse Transfer service.

What Do You Need to Do to Get Started with Reverse Transfer? (50 minutes)
Just getting started with Reverse Transfer? Get guidance on policies and procedures, such as FERPA and student readmission, to help your institution get started with Reverse Transfer. We’ll also review ways to ensure your Reverse Transfer process is successful. Repeated every two months. For staff members at institutions that are not using Clearinghouse Reverse Transfer or who are new to the service.


A Sneak Peek at the NEW StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities Premium Services! (60 minutes)
Come take a first look at the NEW StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities Premium Services. You’ll learn more about our upcoming enhancements, including: analysis-ready file, report re-run capabilities, institution-level Signature and Snapshot Reports, and data visualization. Our NEW Premium Services will allow you to streamline your view of student data, save time by rerunning files instantly, and view your institution’s very own Signature and Snapshot Reports. For all postsecondary school users.

Introduction to StudentTracker for Colleges and Universities (60 minutes)
A high-level overview of the Clearinghouse and StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities, including how you can use StudentTracker and the different search options available. Repeated monthly. For new StudentTracker for Colleges & Universities users.

Introduction to StudentTracker for High Schools
A high-level overview of the Clearinghouse, where our data comes from, what StudentTracker for High schools is, and how it can benefit you. For all secondary school users interested in StudentTracker for High Schools.

Transcript Services

Learn about the Benefits of Transcript Services (60 minutes)
Learn how your institution and customers can benefit by using Transcript Services with the Clearinghouse. See a walk-through of the student ordering and the school user experiences, plus hear about other schools that have implemented Transcript Services and the results they’ve achieved. Repeated monthly. For institutions considering Clearinghouse Transcript Ordering.

Learn about the Benefits of Ellucian eTranscripts (60 minutes)
Learn how you and your customers can benefit from the Clearinghouse’s Ellucian eTranscripts service. See a walk-through of the student ordering and school user experiences and hear about other schools that have implemented eTranscripts. Repeated monthly. For institutions considering eTranscripts.

Verification Services

Learn about the DegreeVerify Service (60 minutes)
Learn how your institution, staff, and customers can benefit by using DegreeVerify. We’ll review the purpose of DegreeVerify, how it works, how it can enable Student Self-Service, and supercharge the StudentTracker service. Repeated monthly. For institutions active with Enrollment Reporting, but not using DegreeVerify.

Respond for Results: Learn Our Best Practices and Get the Most Out of Your DegreeVerify Service (60 minutes)
Save time and resources by utilizing DegreeVerify to your advantage. Join us to review best practices for working your pending verifications, managing requestors, and leveraging the tools and resources available. Repeated monthly. For seasoned DegreeVerify users.

Getting to Know Your DegreeVerify Requestors (50 minutes)
Requestors calling you? Join us and learn more about requestors and their pursuit of your qualified alumni. During this session, we’ll discuss the requestor’s experience: what they see, how they make a request, what they have access to, and the purpose of their request. For new DegreeVerify users.

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