The Clearinghouse released a paper today entitled, “The National Student Clearinghouse as an Integral Part of the National Postsecondary Data Infrastructure,” as part of a national discussion by higher education and public policy experts for improving the national postsecondary data infrastructure.
iKeepSafe.org, a leading digital safety and privacy nonprofit, is awarding its California Privacy Badge to StudentTracker for High Schools.
The National Student Clearinghouse serves as the single point-of-contact for the secure and automated collection of student records nationwide. In return, we provide valuable reporting, verification, data exchange, and research services to the education community.
Since the Clearinghouse launched its Reverse Transfer platform on July 1, we’ve been helping institutions sign up and activate our newest free service. Here’s some useful information to get you started with Reverse Transfer.
Reverse Transfer is the first national automated platform to enable four- and two-year institutions to securely and efficiently exchange reverse transfer student data. The Clearinghouse announced the general availability of its Reverse Transfer platform on July 28, 2015.
ikeepsafe.org, a leading digital safety and privacy nonprofit, has awarded its first privacy protection badge to the Clearinghouse’s StudentTracker for High Schools service.
Through its eTranscripts solution, the Clearinghouse is helping colleges and universities across the country transform their transcript processing. As soon as schools go live with eTranscripts, they realize the fastest available turnaround time: less than 15 minutes, on average, from order placement to electronic transcript delivery.
The Clearinghouse has become the first provider to successfully activate the eTranscripts solution on all three Ellucian student Information systems. eTranscripts, a secure interface that enables real-time automation of electronic transcript processing and delivery, was developed through a strategic alliance between Ellucian and the Clearinghouse.
Clearinghouse, Nation’s Largest Private Service Provider of Electronic Student Record Collection and Exchanges, Signs Student Privacy Pledge
n response to President Obama’s call to better protect student privacy, the National Student Clearinghouse signed the Student Privacy Pledge in January 2015. The pledge is sponsored by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) and The Future of Privacy Forum.