Colonial Campus

The Colonial Campus computer based tool is a comprehensive platform that provides the Robert Morris University student support network with information to help every student make smarter choices.  Colonial Campus provides student specific information in real time that can be accessed by administrators, advisors, deans, faculty and staff in a coordinated care network designed to help proactively manage student success and deliver a return on education.



Why use Colonial Campus? 

Student Risk Data
Predictive analytics and real time academic and behavioral data identify students at-risk for attrition. This includes pre-enrollment information, student demographics, course registrations, academic records and transfer articulation. 

Proactive Interventions
Easy to use communication tools designed to extend the reach of advisors and facilitate engagement with students.

Campus-wide case management
Advisors coordinate student care, refer them to support services and receive reports to close the loop.

Central Reporting
Use and effectiveness reports allow administrators to make continuous improvement to services. 

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Find the information you need without the wait.



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Instructional Guides

How to: set up your availability, use the calendar, schedule an appointment, search student information

Practice exercises to set up your availability, schedule an appointment, search for students

Quick start guide to the Colonial Campus tool

Using Colonial Campus
Learn the difference between Colonial Campus and Colonial Guide.

Need Help? When using Colonial Campus, you will see a "?" in the top, right of the screen. Clicking this help icon (?) will allow you to access a variety of help topics, most with short "how to" videos.



Training

The following sessions are open to all. Please come, work together, discuss Colonial Campus use with others, and ask any questions. The topics are suggested areas of discussion, but any topics can be discussed during these sessions.

Topic Training Date Training Time Location
Entering advising information reporting 02/13/18 Noon-1pm Scaife Hall Computer Lab, 2nd floor
General reporting overview 02/21/18 Noon-1pm Scaife Hall Computer Lab, 2nd floor



Questions?

If you have questions or require technical assistance, please contact the RMU Help Desk at help@rmu.edu or 412-397-2211.