Higher Education Institutions Turn to Jenzabar for Technology and Strategic Leadership Amid Market Transformation

Ambrose University, American University of Health Sciences, East Texas Baptist University, Southwestern Oregon Community College, The University of Saint Mary, and More Institutions Selected Jenzabar Solutions to Drive Institutional and Student Success in a Post-Pandemic Education Environment

Boston, MA – August 3, 2021 Jenzabar, Inc., a leading technology innovator in higher education serving the new student, today announced that 19 higher education institutions selected Jenzabar’s solutions in the second quarter of 2021 to further drive critical digital transformation and open creative opportunities for success in a post-pandemic environment. Another six institutions went live with Jenzabar solutions in the second quarter, further solidifying Jenzabar’s ability to implement technology on time and on budget. This continued momentum through the first half of the year highlights Jenzabar’s ability to be a strategic partner for colleges and universities that are looking for innovative technologies and support that will help them deliver next-generation student experiences.

In the second quarter, American University of Health Sciences in California selected Jenzabar SONIS, Jenzabar’s student information system designed for specialized institutions. Meanwhile, institutions like Ambrose University, Claflin University, Converse College, Crown College, East Texas Baptist University, LIFT Academy, Mount Aloysius College, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Olivet College, Pfeiffer University, Ponce Health Sciences University, Roxbury Community College, Southern Virginia University, Southwestern Oregon Community College, Tougaloo College, Truett McConnell University, The University of Saint Mary, and Western Dakota Tech selected Jenzabar One to improve student engagement, experiences, and success in today’s modern learning environment.

“As the digital campus becomes a reality innovative technology will lay the groundwork that will enable institutions to evolve and transform alongside student expectations,” said Ling Chai Maginn, President, CEO, and Founder of Jenzabar. “We are excited to announce our continued momentum, which indicates that colleges and universities around the world are investing in the future of their institution and their students.”

Jenzabar Enables Institutions to Build a Foundation for Tomorrow

As 2021 progresses, institutions are recovering from the challenges in 2020 and are making changes to adjust to a new higher education landscape that incorporates hybrid environments and more modern technologies. Jenzabar’s innovative technologies empower institutions to lay the groundwork and implement new tools and methodologies to drive success in the classroom and across campus.

Jenzabar continues to improve its market-leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) and student information systems (SIS) to give institutions the flexibility and technologies they need to succeed. Recently, Jenzabar unveiled Jenzabar Communications, an innovative suite of collaboration tools designed to breaks down silos, unify interactions across campus, and maximize engagement with constituents.

Additionally, Jenzabar has delivered enhancements to Jenzabar SONIS, Jenzabar Financial Aid, as well as a range of other solutions, including Jenzabar Chatbot, which won the Gold Stevie® Award in the Post-Secondary Enterprise Solution category in the 19th Annual American Business Awards.


About Jenzabar

Created out of a passion for education and a vision for technology, Jenzabar offers disruptive, innovative software solutions and services that empower students’ success and help higher education institutions meet the demands of the modern student. Over 1,350 higher educational campuses harness Jenzabar solutions for improved performance across campus and a more personalized and connected experience for the student. For further information, please visit or on Twitter @Jenzabar or LinkedIn.

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