Oracle Student Cloud—Tomorrow’s Student System, Today

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd announces the latest release of Oracle Student Cloud—a single platform to support diverse education models and game-changing financial aid.

Why Choose Oracle Student Cloud?

Freedom to Innovate

A perfect storm is disrupting higher education, challenging long-held beliefs about teaching, learning, and research. Streamlining back-office operations and improving the student experience is just the beginning. Institutions must become more agile and move quickly in bold new directions. Success requires an entirely new kind of student system: Oracle Student Cloud. Built from the ground up to support traditional and nontraditional programs on a single platform, Oracle Student Cloud provides a game-changing financial aid module and real-time insight and collaboration tools, all powered by artificial intelligence (AI).


Oracle Student Cloud: Supporting Innovation in Higher Education

  • The only complete, cloud native student solution available on the market
  • Flexible architecture supports lifelong learning, including term, nonterm, continuing, and competency-based education
  • Financial aid solution delivers game-changing efficiency through real-time synchronization with third-party data sources
  • Powerful AI and conversational interfaces drive a singular focus on improving student outcomes
  • Secure and sustainable infrastructure protects institutional data and ensures reliable performance
  • Modular design enables institutions to chart their own path to the cloud, accelerating access to innovation while reducing business disruption

Oracle Student Cloud Modules

 

Oracle Student Management

Built natively to be flexible, insightful, and singularly focused on student success, Oracle Student Management frees institutions to deliver more innovative and effective programs.

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Oracle Student Financial Planning

Manage each financial aid package individually and provide real-time visibility into a student's entire program to support more responsible financial decisions and academic outcomes.

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Oracle Student Recruiting

Optimize enrollment and improve recruiter productivity by identifying and targeting high-value prospects across digital channels, managing prospect pipelines, and improving forecast accuracy.

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Oracle Student Engagement

Deliver the highly personalized, contextual digital engagement students expect, target interventions to boost retention and improve outcomes, and drive engagement with sharable social content.

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Student Support

Track student interactions, improve student engagement and satisfaction, and deliver the personalized experience modern students expect.

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Practical Path

Realize more value with the industry’s most complete student information system and take advantage of an incremental path to Oracle Higher Education Cloud.

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“Designed with the student as the focal point and built with Oracle’s market-leading expertise across the entire technology stack, institutions can feel confident that Student Cloud drives rather than inhibits future innovation.”

—Safra Catz, Oracle CEO
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Oracle Student Cloud Resources

oracle student cloud student success video highlighting student information systems (SIS)
Oracle Student Cloud

A system singularly focused on student outcomes to support lifelong learning.

ovum analyst report: student information system
Analyst Report

Oracle Student Cloud ruptures the boundaries of traditional student systems.

higher education student financial planning data sheet
Data Sheet

Autonomous capabilities and hyperpersonalization transform financial aid.

Oracle Student Cloud video: student success
Oracle Student Cloud

Industry disruption requires a new type of student system.

Student Cloud Webcast
Webcast

Early adopters discuss how Oracle Student Cloud is transforming their institutions.

student management data sheet
Data Sheet

A flexible architecture that supports diverse education models puts the student first.

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