ClearScholar, a mobile-first student engagement platform, announced today they will be showcasing their new student engagement platform at EDUCAUSE. The ClearScholar platform gives universities a personalized, mobile engagement solution to improve student success and workforce readiness.

ClearScholar will demonstrate their new technology this week in Anaheim, Calif. at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, the premier conference for IT and technology professionals within higher education, in Start-Up Alley. At the conference, ClearScholar will look to identify additional institutional partners for its Early Adopter Program.

“We are excited to showcase our new technology with leading institutions and partners attending EDUCAUSE this year,” said Jason Konesco, chief executive officer of ClearScholar and former Harrison College president. “With ClearScholar, we are providing an entirely new way for universities to improve engagement, fuel student success and build lifelong relationships. Earlier this month, we exhibited and presented at Salesforce’s Dreamforce conference, and we are excited to continue the energy from that event as we head into EDUCAUSE.”

ClearScholar’s cloud-based software provides students with a personalized mobile experience that curates events, news, and activities that align with their specific interests and needs. Administrators have access to rich analytics to make better-informed decisions and will be able to target segments of students, based on demographics or in-app behaviors, with personalized communications and interactions to drive student engagement.

ClearScholar, launched in June of 2016 out of High Alpha Studio, previously announced a unique innovation partnership with Butler University as their first customer earlier this year.

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