The only way to build software that makes an impact… partner!

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There is one word I’ve heard time and again over the last 10 years of my professional career working in Higher Ed and EdTech… “vendor.” ‘A person or company offering something for sale, a trader in the streets’ as defined in the dictionary. Interesting definition. This word is traditionally used between customers and providers to […]

5 (startup) life hacks for Student Affairs professionals

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When we think about specialized fields of work, our minds often go first to places like laboratories, vast engineering initiatives, hospitals, or somewhere thereabout. But at RahRah, we spend most of our week working with highly specialized workers who rarely touch calculus, code, or chemistry. Student Affairs professionals often pursue multiple degrees to gain the […]

It’s time to consolidate Higher Ed Student apps

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In college, students often learn that diversity, difference, and decentralization are good things. Finance professors urge students to diversify their assets. Education researchers know that racially and economically integrated school districts demonstrate higher academic achievement. Nutrition students learn that a balanced diet and exercise routine promotes health. It goes without saying that college campuses, too, […]

See you at EDUCAUSE 2019!

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EDUCAUSE 2019, happening Oct 14–17 in Chicago, is just around the corner… we hope you are as excited as we are! We look forward to meeting the leaders that are paving the way for innovation in higher education, networking with industry thought-leaders, and sharing demos of our Student Life System with you. As first-time attendees, […]

What do Student Affairs and a Microsoft Excel Sheet have in common?

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Right now, armies of analysts across the U.S. are currently investigating a group of Americans that might not be able to drink, vote, or even drive. Gen Z — those born after 1995 — has begun to arrive on college campuses in force. It goes without saying that these young adults differ significantly from Millennials […]