Oracle helps higher education institutions worldwide enrich the teaching and learning experience with innovative cloud solutions that enable student success and institutional sustainability.
Universities and TAFEs are embarking on a technological transformation to deliver campus experiences designed to increase student success, improve outcomes, and drive new innovations and discoveries. Oracle empowers institutions with the most comprehensive solutions for campuses today, including new and engaging cloud services for the entire student and employee lifecycle.
Explore the disruptive new technologies transforming higher education and the new models being adopted across administration, learning, and research.
At Oracle, we are focused on creating a future that will empower institutions like yours to create the digital experiences students and faculty expect. We deliver unified cloud services across administration and IT. Our unified approach to your Oracle Student Cloud, HCM, and ERP applications provides an engaging student and faculty experience that is born in the cloud. Each application is based on the optimized and secure Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and supported by an extensible cloud platform that is social, mobile, data-driven, and open for easy integration.
Youngstown State University gained cost savings and flexibility by moving core systems to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
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Oracle Academy is Oracle's award-winning philanthropic program, committed to advancing computing education globally to improve life and career opportunities for all students.
The Oracle Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization funded by Oracle and staffed by Oracle employees. Its mission is to help young people develop the technical acumen, creative confidence, empathy, and grit to become outstanding designers of solutions to people’s needs and the world’s problems.
Oracle for Research advances academic exploration and supports university innovation ecosystems by enabling robust, open, virtual communities of researchers. Partnering with universities and entrepreneurs to find solutions to humankind’s complex and high-impact social, environmental, economic, and technical challenges, Oracle for Research enables global transformation built on Oracle Cloud technology
The CERN openlab team has worked together with Oracle and GÉANT in order to implement a network solution to transfer large data volumes from Geneva, Switzerland into Oracle Cloud in Frankfurt, Germany via dedicated private connectivity.
UConn leveraged its Oracle Primavera Unifier integration with DocuSign to support remote workers.
The Universidad del Istmo de Guatemala (UNIS)’s end-to-end Oracle Cloud implementation is a strategic element of its modernization project.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure gave Gonzaga IT the flexibility and partnership needed to extend the university’s on-premises security solutions to the cloud.
Oracle has partnered with Osaka University and NEC Corporation on Osaka University’s OCTOPUS supercomputer to combat the spread of COVID-19.
NIU was able to migrate its PeopleSoft applications to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in just eight months.
Ithaca is using Oracle Cloud ERP and HCM to improve productivity and gain business insights.
With Oracle Cloud ERP, EPM, CX, and Student Cloud, Spring Arbor will improve students’ academic experience, increase efficiency and help reduce cost.
To address the growing student debt crisis in order to make learning more accessible to everyone, Butler deployed Oracle Student Financial Planning.
Oracle is partnering with GEANT and CERN to support secure data transfers.