University unveils new tool to assist students with academic planning

April 21, 2024

A student studies literature from a textbook.

Quinnipiac has introduced Stellic, a tool designed to help students seamlessly track academic progress.

"We’re focused on minimizing perceived barriers, so organizing technological efficiencies for students is a priority,” said Thomas Ellett, chief experience officer. "We’re looking to make it as easy as possible for students to understand where they stand in their academic journey.”

Provost Debra Liebowitz praised the system for its ease.

“There were other systems out there, but I knew Stellic could really facilitate better communication between students and advisers,” she said. “It allows for student-directed communication and for them to see their path.”

The tool has enhances the collaboration between students and advisers.

“We’re proud at this point that Stellic not just helps students, but helps so many other people on campus to help students too,” said Amy Terry, university registrar. “Down the road, we’re looking forward to all the options that Stellic can offer students – which include exploring how registration can be used in Stellic to put all the tools and information that students need for degree progress into one place.”

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