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Maxient is the software of choice for managing behavior records at colleges and universities across North America.
Our centralized reporting and recordkeeping helps institutions connect the dots and prevent students from falling through the cracks.
Whether it’s student discipline, academic integrity, care and concern records, Title IX matters, or just an “FYI”, Maxient’s Conduct Manager has you covered for all things related to a student’s conduct and well-being. Maxient serves as an integral component of many schools overall early alert efforts, helping to identify students in distress and coordinate the efforts of various departments to provide follow-up.
More than 800 colleges and universities rely on Maxient every single day.
Our clients range from small private liberal arts colleges to some of the nation’s largest public institutions. Traditional four-year universities and community and technical colleges alike turn to Maxient. We count among our client family specialty schools for the arts, aeronautics, health sciences, military, and even two that float around the world on boats! Many of our schools are individual institutions, but we also work within entire state systems and districts to help them share data in a FERPA-compliant manner.
We’re the only product that was built from the ground up by practitioners from the field. And it shows.
When Candice and Aaron Hark founded Maxient in 2003, they sought to take the paper-pushing and tedium out of recordkeeping and free up time for more impactful student interactions. Today, every member of our team comes from the field and shares that desire. The challenges facing student affairs professionals have never been greater. Consider the reporting and recordkeeping challenges you face, learn more about what we offer below, and let’s see if Maxient could improve operations on your campus!
ACCESS FROM ANYWHERE
If you can reach the web, you can reach Maxient
Maxient lives in the cloud. With no servers to install, IT requirements are minimal.
NO MODULES OR ADD-ONS
We don’t believe in nickel and diming
With one product for one price, you can grow into the various uses of Maxient without growing your expenses.
STAY IN TOUCH
24/7 reporting for your campus community
Build online reporting forms for a variety of needs, and make them accessible to your campus instantly.
100% FERPA COMPLIANT
You own your data
Beyond FERPA compliance, our features help schools more easily comply with other regulatory requirements like Title IX and the Clery Act too.
So many ways to be in-the-know
Maxient’s routing rules and watchlists ensure you’re notified the moment an incident is reported that requires your involvement.
Never doubt your numbers again
Accurate and detailed, Maxient’s built-in reports cover your common needs and more. Custom reporting is limited only by your imagination — and it doesn’t come with a separate bill.
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A TRUE PARTNERSHIP
Training? We come to your campus. Support? We’re a phone call away. Under investigation? Let us help you compile data. Our team works tirelessly to make you look good and your processes run smoothly.
OUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION
We maintain one product: this one. You won’t have to deal with “features” clearly designed for a different purpose, or a support person who knows career services better than conduct. Each member of our team previously handled conduct at a college or university. We know our software, we know your work, and we combine that knowledge to make your life easier.
MADE AND MAINTAINED IN THE USA
Every character of code is written, and every support call handled, by one our expert staff members right here in the United States. Your data is never stored outside our borders.
NO LOCK-IN, NO RANSOM
Our contracts use fair terms for a fair duration, without “gotcha” clauses or multi-year autorenewals. You own your data, plain and simple. Should we ever part ways, your data comes back to you in a usable format without hassle or any additional fees. We won’t misuse it while it’s in our trust, and we won’t retain copies of it after you’ve left.
- Unlimited users, files, and data
- Flexible notes fields
- Create your own online reporting forms, tailored by purpose
- Dynamic routing of new reports based on report content
- Case-based access restrictions
- Proactive watchlist alerts
- Powerful analytics and dashboards
- Custom reporting engine for constructing analytics on-demand
- Rich text electronic letters with pickup notifications
- Robust Clery reporting
- Extensive audit trails of user activity
- Custom-built statistical reports at no additional charge
- Class schedules and ID photos available on-screen
- Unlimited phone, email, and online support
- On-campus, in-person training for your staff
- Shibboleth integration at no extra cost
- Integration with Banner, Colleague, PeopleSoft, Jenzabar, and more
- Migration of records from your current system
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