Webinar Recording from November 28, 2023.
Infinite Campus student information system (SIS) supports 2,750 school districts/charters and 9.9 million students nationwide, and 9 statewide deployments. Infinite Campus scales to all PSU sizes as our largest school district has more than 330,000 students, and our smallest has five. We look forward to providing you with a best-in-class SIS solution, award-winning support, and a seamless migration to our product.
Please Note: The December 1st webinar will include the November 28 webinar recording (posted above) with the opportunity to ask questions. You’ll hear from Dr. Vanessa Wrenn (Chief Information Officer, NC Department of Public Instruction) and from Infinite Campus leaders regarding their areas of expertise: Implementation, Training, Client Services and Support.
December 1, 2023 at 10AM EST
PSUs, Join us for a 60-minute live online demonstration of the Infinite Campus student information system. An application specialist will provide a deep dive into product functionality and what North Carolina districts will experience using the product.
December 12, 2023 at 1PM EST
December 14, 2023 at 11AM EST
December 18, 2023 at 2PM EST
A robust and powerful SIS. Tools and modules are carefully crafted with all stakeholders in mind: staff, teachers, parents and students.
LMS that connects teachers to new, powerful tools for digital learning.
Support multiple languages when building report cards around grading tasks, standards, and courses.
Eliminate paper packets and bring your new and existing student registration online.
Tool improves attendance accuracy and efficiency by letting school staff know when and where students are in the building.
Training subscription that features role-specific, on-demand learning.
Simplify communication to staff, students and parents via call, text or email.
Identify students at risk of not persisting to graduation. Includes surveys with translation support and embedded reporting.
Numerous specifically timed and function-focused training events throughout the year for PSU staff.
Reliable and secure payment processing for fees, activities, school store, and more.
Validate data integrity, navigate ever-changing FERPA regulations, and audit data changes and data access to protect student information.
Get immediate results when processing applications, giving students a free, reduced or paid meal status while ensuring data confidentiality.
Infinite Campus offers a Portal and Mobile Apps for parents and students. We know parent engagement has a direct correlation to student success. In addition, we know students are juggling academics, social life, sports, and extracurricular activities. Campus Portal and Mobile Apps help parents and students manage their educational ecosystem efficiently.
This resource page has all the tools you need to start promoting the Campus Mobile Apps: videos, email templates, flyers, and more!
This help center is available for parents and students. This includes information on getting started and frequently asked questions. This was created to help districts manage questions related to the Mobile Apps.
When transitioning to Infinite Campus you're receiving much more than a student information system – you’re gaining a partner that will work tirelessly to make sure your educational vision is realized. This journey starts with a successful implementation project.
When can North Carolina districts and charters implement Campus?
To be considered for Phase 1 implementation of Infinite Campus, please complete the NCDPI application form.
We look forward to understanding your district's needs, building relationships, and making sure you love the Infinite Campus products as much as we do. Our number one priority is to make sure you feel valued, supported, and prioritized in a culture of helpfulness.
When my daughter started her freshman year, I became an avid mobile app user. I am on my phone all day constantly checking grades, assignments, attendance…you name it. Being a busy mom of three, the Campus Parent mobile app is an easy way for me to stay involved in my children's education."
— Katy Yates, Brighton, Colorado