Register for our Webinar: Process 1098T With Ease Using Diamond SIS
Thursday, Jan 14, 2016 10:00 A.M.
Learn about changes and workflows to produce 1098T forms for the 2015 year. Whether you have 50 students or 5000, this webinar will describe and demonstrate everything you need to know about generating accurate and complete forms for students.
Our webinars typically last about 30-35 minutes but we've left time for Q&A. We'll see you online!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Diamond SIS hosted a webinar on Tuesday, July 14 at 10:00 a.m. to demonstrate the powerful new reporting feature in our core product for Gainful Employment. We had over 75 people in attendance from client schools and other interested parties.
Our development and compliance teams have been working with several client schools to test and certify the GE reporting tool. Join us and get your questions answered! While our target audience is mainly existing clients using the Diamond SIS core product, others are welcome to learn how reporting methods operate and gain a better understanding of Gainful Employment reporting.
Over the next several weeks, we will continue with regular webinars to keep our client base informed and up-to-date. Mark your calendars for July 21, 28 and August 4, 10:00 a.m. PDT.
Join us on Thursday, Feb 11th or Wednesday, Feb 24 @ 10:00 am CST for a high-level overview of the Diamond Student Information System. We'll discuss and demonstrate how to improve enrollments, track student data and make placement easier. We'll also provide special attention to ABHES Reporting and Accrediting issues.
Our Admissions front-end optimizes everything from the moment a student finds your website to the day they graduate, and beyond.
Learn how to streamline both, and how Diamond SIS manages everything in the middle!
How do you handle compliance reporting? NSLDS? Gainful Employment? Find out why hundreds of campuses in the US depend on Diamond SIS every day to manage and report to accrediting bodies and the DOE.
We typically finish our informational webinars in 30-35 minutes, with time for Q&A. See you online!
Date: April 29, 2014
Time: 10:00am PDT / 1:00pm EDT
Martin Lind, Business Development Director, Education Vertical, Velocify
Bradley Tompkins, Director of Marketing, Diamond Student Information System
Are you getting the most from your marketing efforts? Diamond SIS has partnered with the leader in enrollment management, Velocify, to empower your school to reach and engage prospective students. Velocify’s enrollment management software supplements Diamond SIS to manage every phase of the admissions process -- from the time an inquiry is made to application. With over 5,000 admissions reps logging in to their system every day, Velocify is the leading enrollment system for schools that compete for students. In fact, they're so confident of their process, they offer a money back guarantee if they don’t improve your application rate by 20% after 90 days.
In this live webinar, you’ll hear Martin Lind from Velocify present their recent research and best practices for effectively reaching your prospects. We know that an adept admissions department engages students when, where, and how they prefer – improving enrollment yields. However, failing to consider what prospective students actually want can be costly.
In their latest research, they went to the source -- the students themselves – to better understand communication preferences. This webinar will reveal:
We look forward to sharing what works best and seeing your enrollments soar! Click the RSVP button and let us know you’ll join us. We’ll send a link to the live webinar shortly!
Join us to meet Randy Rock, President of ECM, and learn how you can save time and effort with your Financial Aid processing!
Financial aid processing is the lifeblood of many Career and Proprietary schools and Diamond Student Information Systems is proud to partner with leaders in Financial Aid Processing to streamline and automate each step.
10:00 a.m. PST Wednesday, April 13, 2016