Academic & Career Planning Features
Customizable Academic Plans
Students can see requirements for their academic program of choice and confirm they’re on track to graduate when expected. They can create their own career and degree plans and submit them to advisors for review and approval.
- Drag-and-drop interface
- Scenario modeling
- Career Interest Recommendations
Drag-and-drop functionality makes it easy to adjust schedules, understand dependencies, and plan course loads.
Students can create multiple academic plans to see what dependencies and requirements look like across degree programs.
Career Interest Recommendations
Once students identify careers they are interested in, Starfish will suggest available programs that match their career interests.
Seamless Course Registration
Streamlined registration means spending less time helping students choose and register for courses. Instead, advisors can focus on personalizing guidance and supporting students when they need help.
- Search for Courses of Interest
- View Available Degree Programs
- Integration with SIS and registration systems
Search for Courses of Interest
Students can view the course catalog to browse courses by department or search for courses of interest.
View Available Degree Programs
Students can find programs grouped by credential type, and dive deep into program requirements and prerequisite courses.
Integration with SIS and Registration Systems
Integration with your SIS and registration system lets students go directly from their electronic degree plan to course selection and registration without delay.
Starfish’s career exploration tools are based on PAIRIN’s 60+ years of research that allows college students to explore career paths that fit with their work experience, strengths, interests, and transferable skills.
- Careers Assessment
- Recommended Career Paths
- Career Explorer
Based on PAIRIN’s careers research, this assessment identifies students’ top soft skill attributes.
Recommended Career Paths
Recommended career paths are tailored to students based upon their experience, skills, and interests.
Students can explore job trends and salaries from over 600 career categories in areas and locations where they want to work after graduation.