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Morehead, KY, October 19, 2015 – DATA180 has been selected by Rhode Island College to provide its CO-CURRICULAR180 transcripts and activity tracking system to school administrators and students. Rhode Island College will be using the CO-CURRICULAR180 system to centrally manage and track the co-curricular activities of its students, generate reports based on student co-curricular activities, and electronically distribute transcripts as needed.

“By using DATA180 for our co-curricular transcript, Rhode Island College will be able to offer students a valuable resource through which to track, validate, and compile a record of their learning through out-of-classroom experiences,“ notes Marissa Weiss, Interim Associate Dean of Student Life at Rhode Island College.

“We are very excited to partner with Rhode Island College for the purpose of launching an electronic co-curricular transcripts and activity tracking system. We appreciate the opportunity this collaboration provides through our association with a great academic institution,” says L. K. Williams, President of DATA180.

CO-CURRICULAR180 delivers state-of-the-art efficiencies for colleges and universities by providing a centralized database and documentation tools within a single interface for capturing co-curricular activities and tracking activities, along with transcript distribution.