Artificial Intelligence Grant

Artificial Intelligence

Campus Consortium is pleased to announce the Artificial Intelligence Grant for Enrollments. The purpose of these Grants is to financially assist educational institutions looking to implement the Artificial Intelligence solution to improve enrollment rates.

Every year in the U.S., almost 2 million students apply to college. The application process itself is a complicated dance of school selection strategy including various questions related to programs, residential facilities, deadline management, transcripts, recommendations, extracurricular, essays, etc. Students are supposedly shepherded through this all-important process by school guidance counselors. Yet the average higher-Ed guidance counselor has a caseload of 476 students, leaving less than a half hour to "guide" each student.

According to a recent report from National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, the enrollment rates are declining every year and institutions are constantly looking for ways to introduce more efficiency in the enrollment process at a comparatively lesser cost and maintain high student engagement.

Artificial Intelligence Product details

Artificial Intelligence for Higher Education is designed to address the challenges in enrollment and admissions support. Anything simple starting with information on application process, deadlines, documentation and tuition can be addressed within seconds resulting in high level of engagement and returning students to either find out more or enroll into a course.

The AI product serves three main purposes:

  • scale up support for students by automating responses to frequently asked questions
  • provide admissions officers more data and insight to student progress
  • get personalized help to the students who need most it by reducing the amount of repetitive conversations admissions staff receive


Grant Coverage

The AI grant covers 100% of the interaction cost (up to 5000 interactions for the first year) on the Artificial Intelligence product. The institution will be responsible for implementation and custom development cost if any.

Qualification Criteria

  • The grant application must be sent in by September 28th, 2017
  • The Institution should have a dire need on Campus to procure the solution.
  • The institution should be a bona-fide educational institution

How to Apply

Deadline for Receiving the Applications

  • September 28, 2017

Grant Process

  • Campus Consortium shall review the grant application and will call the institution for a first round of screening
  • Campus Consortium will Introduce the institution to the technology provider for scope and a quotation
  • Campus Consortium will be connecting with the institution to discuss the quote and funding amount
  • Should the institution be eligible Campus Consortium will award the grant with a deadline for the grant to be leveraged.

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