Four Specialized Institutions Choose Jenzabar SONIS

The Nashville School of Law was seeking to replace their manual data collection and record management processes. For a school their size, it was becoming very cumbersome to manage records accurately. After examining many different student information systems over the past couple of years, Jenzabar SONIS was selected for its comprehensive functionality, affordability, and ability to interface with other systems.

“With a new Dean in place and enrollment doubling, the entire school was ready to make necessary changes and reevaluate how we were managing data efforts,” said Elizabeth McDonald, Assistant Dean for Administration at The Nashville School of Law. “Dean Justice William Koch’s goal is to continue to increase student enrollment by focusing on realigning curriculum, and expanding our student’s real world experience in the classroom. Jenzabar SONIS will help us all manage student information more effectively while continuing to expand our services and better serve our student population.”

“The Nashville School of Law is the fourth Law School to implement Jenzabar SONIS,” said Sam Burgio, Jenzabar Vice President and General Manager. “Nashville School of Law has unique needs. All of our clients, including specialized schools, are receiving a software that fulfills their objectives and helps distinguish them from other institutions.”

Wilson Pacific University, North Point Bible College, and The University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture’s Center for Agriculture and Food Security and Preparedness also chose Jenzabar SONIS. With the SIS system, students, faculty, and administrators connect through a user-friendly online platform. Jenzabar SONIS works on all browsers and gives students easy access on any device to apply online, register for a course, pay a bill, conduct a degree audit, or perform other student service related activities.