Campus Consortium Awards $60,000 Grant to Phillips Theological Seminary to Implement Single Sign-On Platform
“We are pleased to receive this grant from Campus Consortium,” said Philips Theological Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend. “As we moved to more online platforms for a variety of services across the seminary, we became aware of the importance of providing our users a way to use one login. We expect single sign-on to save time for our IT department and deliver a better experience to our students, staff and faculty.”
Phillips Theological Seminary will use the grant to acquire the QuickLaunch® software, provide single sign-on to enterprise applications including ExLibris® (ALMA, PRIMO), Samanage®, Moodle®, Zoom®, Chalk & Wire®, Turnit-IT®.
“We at Campus Consortium are pleased to award this Grant to Phillips Theological Seminary. We are sure by implementing single sign-on, the Quicklaunch platform will make student and faculty experience much better along with tightening security parameters,” states Anjli Jain, Chairman of the Campus Consortium.
To learn about and apply for a Campus Consortium Grant, please visit campusconsortium.org/grant-programs
About Campus Consortium
Campus Consortium is the largest global education association of schools, colleges and universities that helps make IT manageable, affordable and accessible to small/mid-sized institutions. Campus Consortium offers Grant Programs towards a variety of products and services. These Education Grants were created to give Institutions with a smaller IT Budget a chance to implement new technology services and reap the benefits.
For more information, please visit www.campusconsortium.org or contact Annie Hugh.
About Phillips Theological Seminary
Phillips Theological Seminary is a graduate seminary, affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), dedicated to learning the way of Jesus in order to cultivate vital congregations, communities, conversations, and the public good. For more information, please visit http://ptstulsa.edu