Advising Software Committee

Building on the recommendations from the Advising Task Force, the Advising Software Committee has been charged with engaging with stakeholders across Grounds to identify a software platform that can be used for undergraduate advising across the University. 

Committee Timeline

Committee timeline graphic showing stages of work

July-September 2022: Gather Information & Develop Criteria

  • Review advising software landscape
  • Develop goals for software and criteria for selection of a platform

October-December 2022: RFI & Selection of Finalists

  • Issue Request for Information (RFI) to vendors
  • Evaluate RFI responses

January-February 2023: Demos & Stakeholder Engagement

  • Vendors demonstrations for various groups of stakeholders 
  • Evaluate feedback and compile into report

March 1, 2023: Submit Report

  • The committee will submit a report to the Provost, weighing strengths of several platforms and advising on a selection.

Committee Members

 

Update for Stakeholders on the Progress of the Advising Software Committee (November 2022)

 

For Further Information

To view the list of Committee members and future updates, please review this webpage. The Advising Task Force’s Final Report, which includes recommendations that led to the charging of this committee, is also available online. Additional questions about the Advising Software Committee’s work can be directed to Co-Chairs Laura Hawthorne and Nicole Eramo.


1 A copy of the final Advising Task Force Report is available online.

2 Adapted from the Committee’s charge, as delivered by Committee Sponsors: Virginia Evans (Vice President and CIO), Brie Gertler (Vice Provost for Academic Affairs), and Robyn Hadley (Vice President for Student Affairs).