HotChalk’s turnkey technology and service solutions offered using a SaaS business model incorporate all phases of the education lifecycle. With its commitment to make education available to everyone, everywhere; the company works with universities to make their programs available at affordable price points. “Our focus is on student experience and student success, and we partner with universities who share that philosophy,” says Fields.
HotChalk also operates the largest global network of free education content on the Internet through the HotChalk Education Network, which provides information about college and career readiness initiatives for K-12 teachers, parents, students, and administrators. This network serves billions of pages of free education content every month and pulls together a wide variety of information resources dedicated to educational initiatives.
The company analyzes the employment market to predict the degrees that will be in high demand in the future. With an emphasis on education that produces a high degree of career readiness, HotChalk works with its partners to bring those degrees to market.
We are on a mission to make meaningful education outcomes available to everyone, everywhere
HotChalk works with multiple clients including St. Thomas University, Wilkes University, and Concordia Online Education. Hotchalk helped Concordia University- Portland become the leading non-profit university conferring Masters of Education degrees in the nation. To date, Concordia University-Portland has enrolled thousands of students and has generated more than $120M in tuition. It is worth noticing that these results were produced while delivering an industry leading student retention rate of 85 percent, with 96 percent of students noting that they are satisfied or highly satisfied with their student experience.
Chasing their dreams straight to the top, the sky is the limit for HotChalk. “Moving forward, we will continue to selectively service high quality institu¬tions committed to student success while helping stu¬dents pursue their academic potential.”