Pace University and Evolution Labs Launch One-to-One Digital Experience for Admitted Students and Parents

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S360™ engagement platform taps the power of social media and the voices of current students to immerse newly admitted students in a dynamic community.

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Evolution Labs S360 toolset promises to be an excellent addition to the technology we use to ensure admitted students have an extremely positive, personalized experience from the point of admission to their first day on a Pace campus

Evolution Labs today announced that Pace University has selected its S360™ engagement products to change the way admitted students and their parents experience the post-acceptance and matriculation period. S360 enables colleges to immerse prospective, admitted and current students in highly engaging web and mobile-based experiences designed to foster a stronger affinity between student and school and to impact matriculation outcomes and student success. Pace launched the S360 Yield and Parent Yield modules this spring to all admitted students and their families.

“Pace is a leader in offering students a highly personalized education that includes an individualized student development plan and one-to-one mentoring,” said Peter Kraft, Co-founder at Evolution Labs. “We believe the S360 platform is the perfect match for universities who believe that tailoring content to individual tastes and needs is essential when communicating with today’s Millennials.”

S360 provides prospective, admitted and current students with highly individualized content tailored to the criteria and interests they find most relevant to their own college search – from academics and faculty to campus location, as well as size and personality of the school. As admits learn more about Pace through expert-written topics, engaging videos and surveys, they can also interact and “shadow” current students, view official as well as unofficial social media feeds and share their interest in Pace by connecting program features with their preferred social networks – all on a single platform. S360 also utilizes a proprietary algorithm designed to determine propensity of admits on a multifaceted spectrum that considers academic, financial and lifestyle fit. Engagement insights are delivered back to the school in real time, arming them to make better communication and enrollment decisions.

“Evolution Labs S360 toolset promises to be an excellent addition to the technology we use to ensure admitted students have an extremely positive, personalized experience from the point of admission to their first day on a Pace campus,” said Henry Baker, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management at Pace. “The platform will help us strengthen the responsiveness and support we provide admitted students and their parents by giving them access to information and resources, including social content and student ambassadors.”

About Pace
Pace University is a comprehensive, independent University with campuses in New York City and Westchester County. Nearly 13,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, School of Education, and College of Health Professions. http://www.pace.edu

About Evolution Labs
Evolution Labs is changing the way students engage with schools and the way schools engage with students. Its proprietary software platform helps schools recruit, enroll and retain students and their parents (driving inquiries, apps, yield and retention). The company’s S360 engagement platform provides institutions with technology and a highly immersive content experience to better connect with students while driving more successful educational outcomes.
Learn more at http://www.evpco.com.

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