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Parchment’s Rajeev Arora Named to PESC Board of Directors

Last week, the P20W Electronic Standards Council (PESC) membership named Parchment’s Rajeev Arora as a member of its Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2015. Arora currently serves as Parchment’s Senior Vice President of Product where he oversees product management, production services and product engineering. Established in 1997 and located in Washington, D.C., PESC in … Keep Reading

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Oh, the Places Credentials Go!

We wanted to know what both registrars and learners were thinking about extending the transcript, sharing credentials and the future of credentialing. So we asked in two recent surveys. Hundreds of you answered. And we listened. Of the more than 100 registrars surveyed: 41% are “somewhat to very likely” to offer a digital credential in … Keep Reading

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Grab a Snack and Join Parchment for a "Brown Bag Break"

On Wednesday, May 6, Parchment introduced a new webinar series titled, “Brown Bag Break”. Designed for K12 counselors and administrators, these webinars will be hosted by Parchment high school members and will feature current topics or events related to work of the counseling office. The first Brown Bag Break focused on a key time of … Keep Reading

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Connecticut Community Colleges Save Money with Parchment

In response to student requests for electronic documents, the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Board of Regents for Higher Education (The Board of Regents) has successfully launched all 12 of the state’s Community Colleges with Parchment to further empower its learners within the marketplace. The result? Every community college student in Connecticut now has 24/7 … Keep Reading

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Standing Ovation for Elon University, Winning PESC Annual Best Practices Award

Parchment is proud to lead the standing ovation for Elon University Registrar Rodney Parks for winning PESC’s Annual Best Practices Award this week in Washington D.C. In collaboration with Parchment, Elon’s submission, titled “Elon Experiences Transcript and Integration to the Academic Transcript” received high praise from the PESC Board of Directors for its holistic approach … Keep Reading

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K12 Enhancements – Making the Grade with Spring Upgrades

Parchment.com is undergoing some very exciting changes for K12 members with our next release! Students will be now able to sign up, order and track their credentials with ease through their mobile devices. We are also introducing a new look and feel to the dashboard with the Credential Profile. And last, but not least, we’ve cleaned … Keep Reading

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Parchment and Perceptive – Two P's in a Pod

At Parchment, we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to better our members’ credential ordering experience. That’s why we’re super excited to announce our newest partnership with Perceptive Software. The Parchment – Perceptive partnership will improve the credential ordering experience by automating the exchange of credentials between Parchment Receive and Peceptive’s Electronic Content Management … Keep Reading

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Parchment's Guiding Principles for Data Analysis

Parchment offers a series of college admissions tools through parchment.com that help learners manage their college list-building, aids in match-making, and further empower learners by helping them better understand their chances of admission. Learners engaging with these tools voluntarily share various data elements with Parchment including their GPA, SAT, or ACT score, and admissions outcomes to name … Keep Reading

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