Higher education planning and improvement solutions

Whether you’re with a higher education institution, a college or university system, or a related professional services firm, Nuventive’s planning and improvement software and expert team is here to help.

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Higher education institutions

Nuventive enables institutions and individuals in higher education to plan more consistently, collaborate more effectively, make better decisions, and ultimately, create a culture of data-informed, goal-aligned performance, spanning strategic plans, learning outcomes, program review, or any other critical initiative.

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Higher education systems

With Nuventive, you can deliver even more value to your member institutions with shared information assets and effective practices to support both centralized and decentralized planning.

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Professional services firms

Support your engagements with Nuventive’s planning and improvement software to help clients execute the plans you built and help you deliver services in innovative new ways.

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Associations serving higher education

Use Nuventive to share comparative data and effective practices with your members and manage your own plans to success.

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Trusted at every level

Nuventive’s solutions are used by institutions of all sizes and missions and are trusted by stakeholders at all levels — from faculty and staff to cabinet members.

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Hear it from our customers

From chancellors and presidents to faculty members and staff, our higher education clients share stories about how Nuventive helped them achieve continual progress as they pursue short- and long-term goals.

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“After an accreditation visit, we usually have recommendations. Those recommendations are built right into this software so that we’re not doing one thing for accreditation and another thing for the institution. What we tried to do here is make the information, the data, the student learning outcomes, and the department goals available to all faculty in the department.”

Jim Moran, Ph.D.,
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of South Dakota