Quottly is the only cross campus course discovery, registration, and course equivalency platform to combine systemwide class schedules, course catalogs, and transfer rules with SIS integration and one-click registration.
We currently support 137 universities and colleges with a combined enrollment of over 2 million students.
Students can access course and program inventory directly through the student portal or directly from their home university portal without another login.
Students can search by general education requirement, 1:1 transfer substitute classes, or a keyword like “history.” The Search Results page features customizable fields so students can more easily identify classes that fit their schedule. Universities can also determine the order in which they want the results to appear.
Once a student has identified a course to take, they simply click the “Add Class” button and are automatically enrolled, regardless of which college is teaching the class. The enrollment criteria set by the schools is validated automatically. The student does not need to fill out any additional applications or forms.
With their personal dashboard, students have the ability to both manage and monitor classes. They can manage their course schedule at all campuses, drop a course, save class searches, and set the notification function to perform tasks such as alert them when seats open up for a specific class.
She logs in to her Cal U student portal and does a search for available Spring classes that count for the Social Sciences GE, but nothing is available at Cal U outside of her job hours. However, Anne notices in the list of courses that Westchester offers Intro to Psychology as an online class and that the tuition falls within her budget. Anne selects the class to see more information and clicks the “Add Class” button next to an available section. A screen confirms that she has met the requirements for the class and that she is now enrolled. Anne clicks on her student dashboard and sees that Intro to Psychology with Professor Kerr is now in her list of classes for Spring 2020.
Administrators can easily input, update, and search for both course equivalencies and inventory. They can also set equivalency and registration rules.
Using real time data, administrators can examine everything from class searches to student enrollment, and create custom reports based upon the data they are most interested in viewing. They can use the information to determine where to allocate resources – creating additional sections for popular courses, for example.
Administrators can create and manage user accounts, setting rules for access and more.