SANTA ANA, Calif., April 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Greenwood Hall Inc., a provider of technology-enabled student lifecycle management solutions that help colleges and universities increase revenue and improve student engagement and outcomes, today announced the company has signed a multi-year agreement with Spartanburg Community College (SCC) to provide student success solutions for the Spartanburg, S.C.-based college. The company's platform and specialized counselors provide a resource for SCC students and their parents to address financial aid, admissions, registration and other enrollment service related inquiries. Services for the implementation will be provided at Greenwood Hall's newly expanded facility in Bryan, Texas.
"We focus on exceptional support and 'single-call' resolution, resulting in increased student satisfaction and retention," said John Hall, Ed.D., CEO of Greenwood Hall. "Our solutions will allow SCC staff to focus on other mission-critical services. Additionally, Greenwood Hall will conduct targeted contact campaigns to support institution enrollment initiatives. We look forward to providing SCC and its students with solutions to address the full student lifecycle, as we have done for other community colleges, including Florence-Darlington Technical College, Horry Georgetown Technical College, and Seminole State College of Florida."
"Spartanburg Community College's partnership with Greenwood Hall will be a wonderful opportunity for us to better serve our students — new, current and prospective — as they interact with our dedicated staff and faculty during the enrollment process," explains Henry C. Giles, Jr., president of Spartanburg Community College. "Working with the Greenwood Hall professionals who have proven successes in Student Lifecycle Management should allow us to spend more quality, one-on-one time with students as they address admissions, financial aid, billing and other important enrollment-related topics pertaining to their college and career goals."
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