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Here’s our lineup of live webinars for May. You can register for one or more of them at the links below.

Visit the events calendar of our Clearinghouse Academy page to learn more about our ongoing webinars and other events. You can check out the on-demand webinars and tutorials on Clearinghouse Academy.

Need help identifying the services and webinars available to you?

In the title, most of our webinars have the service line listed before the focus of the webinar so it’s easy for you to identify what’s relevant to your institution or organization. Research and non-service specific web events, except where noted, are open to anyone interested.

Postsecondary institutions (colleges and universities): Enrollment Reporting, Postsecondary Data Partnership (PDP), Reverse Transfer, StudentTracker for Colleges and Universities, Transcript Services, Verification Services

Secondary institutions (high schools, districts, middle schools): Transcript Center*, StudentTracker for High Schools, DiplomaVerify

*Transcript Center is based on state-level agreements and is currently open to schools in Wyoming and Tennessee. 

We don’t currently offer live education to workforce or educational organizations. For on-demand resources, see our self-help site.

If you’re uncertain of the services your organization or institution has signed up for, please reach out to the Regional Relationship Manager or Client Success Manager for your area.

Enrollment Reporting

Missed one of our Enrollment Reporting webinars? Join us for an encore presentation. For anyone who submits scheduled enrollment files or makes online Enrollment Reporting updates to the Clearinghouse, including staff members in the registrar, enrollment services, financial aid, institution compliance, and institutional effectiveness (those who work with title IV student aid compliance) offices of postsecondary institutions.

Enrollment Reporting Part 1: Understanding Submission File Types & Your Transmission Schedule (30 minutes)
We’ll cover the different file types for Enrollment Reporting, how to access your evergreen transmission schedule to check when your next file is due or edit the schedule, and the notifications related to the submission schedule.

  • Wednesday, May 5 at 2 PM, ET

Enrollment Reporting Part 2: The Enrollment File Submission Process (30 minutes)
Join us to learn when to submit Enrollment Reporting files, what students to report, and how to submit your files.

  • Wednesday, May 10 at 2 PM, ET

Compliance Reporting: Collaboration Across Campus (60 minutes)
Explore the importance of ensuring alignment across your campus on key definitions related to federal student aid reporting.

  • Thursday, May 11 at 2 PM, ET

Enrollment Reporting Part 3: Navigate the Error Resolution Report (30 minutes)
Examine the different parts of the error resolution report, learn how to navigate it, and the different ways to resolve errors.

  • Tuesday, May 16 at 2 PM, ET

Compliance Reporting: NSLDS Requirements and Enrollment Reporting Best Practices (60 minutes)
This Audit Resource Center compliance webinar showcases the overarching NSLDS reporting requirements, Clearinghouse Enrollment Reporting service processes, and resources designed to help you meet your institution’s compliance reporting needs. We’ll include best practices that support your institution in maintaining compliant reporting and mitigating compliance risk.

  • Thursday, May 18 at 2 PM, ET

Enrollment Reporting Part 4: After the Enrollment File is Processed (30 minutes)
Learn the next steps after a file is processed and added to the Clearinghouse database, including how institutions are notified that the file has been processed and how to access the “Reject Detail Report.” We’ll also discuss the elements of the “Reject Detail Report,” common errors and how to resolve them, and the EDI Reject Report for EDI institutions.

  • Thursday, May 25 at 2 PM, ET


Postsecondary Data Partnership

Postsecondary Data Partnership: Prepare & Submit Your Files (60 minutes)
Learn about the general data submission process for the Postsecondary Data Partnership. We’ll also cover partial update files and how to recertify and override. For colleges and universities interested in or participating in the Postsecondary Data Partnership.

> PDP Data Discovery and Decision Support Course, offered by Achieving the Dream. See details below.


Getting Started with StudentTracker for High Schools (45 minutes)
Are you wondering about the implementation process for StudentTracker for High Schools? Join us to learn the steps to successfully activate the StudentTracker service and tips for submitting your graduate files. For high schools and districts who are interested in or implementing StudentTracker for High Schools.


Transcript Center Overview (30 minutes)
Learn how to log into the Transcript Center for the first time, send and retrieve transcripts, find out who is notified when a transcript is delivered, find out who to contact for questions on Transcript Center, and more. For high schools and districts participating in the Transcript Center.

Revolutionize Transcript Delivery with eTranscripts for Ellucian Banner (60 minutes)
Do you use Ellucian Banner and want to learn more about how eTranscripts can benefit your students and staff? Look no further than eTranscripts for Banner! The Clearinghouse’s electronic transcript delivery system can have transcripts in your students’ hands in just 15 minutes. eTranscripts offers more than just speedy delivery and real-time confirmation of student information, holds, and future process. Our top-notch customer support ensures that you and your students will have the help you need every step of the way. With eTranscripts, you can streamline your transcript process and focus on what really matters – providing the best education possible for your students. For postsecondary institutions that use Ellucian Banner and are interested in increasing the automation of their transcript processing.


PDP Data Discovery and Decision Support Course

Achieving the Dream will be offering the following 7-week course.

Explore using the PDP to ask critical questions and use intersectional data to explore previously unanswerable questions, identify institutional performance gaps, assess progress toward closing those gaps, and leverage the PDP to support decision-making. The course structure provides a foundation for participants to interact with colleagues and mentors and collaboratively navigate the ever-growing demands for better data to inform better decisions and advance the use of equity-minded language/approach to the work.

  • Week 1: Introduction to the Course and You ARE a Data Person
  • Week 2: Becoming a Data-Informed Institution / Let’s Get Oriented to the PDP
  • Week 3: An Equity-Minded Approach to Data Explorations
  • Week 4: Early Momentum Metrics Dashboards
  • Week 5: Outcomes Dashboards
  • Week 6: Benchmarking Dashboards
  • Week 7: Digging Deeper with the Student-Level Analysis-Ready Files / Moving from Dashboards to Equity-Focused Action

For postsecondary institutions participating in the PDP. You will need to access your PDP dashboard. Registration closes on May 5.

Tuesdays, May 16-June 30 at 4 PM, ET  REGISTER NOW