Designed specifically to meet the needs of Indigenous communities, PSE+ is a data management tool used to manage your students enrolled in post-secondary education.
From budgeting, school information, and document management to ISC reports, financial management, and automated letters, PSE+ is the hub for all your post-secondary data.
PSE reporting can be created efficiently and accurately and easily exported.
Manage details concerning each student’s education such as detailed demographic and education information, including semester enrollment, program, institution and financial details.
Students now have one place to go to see their application progress, upload supporting documents and apply for future academic funding.
Students can easily submit their own application for funding online. Minimize back and forth time with students by ensuring mandatory fields and documents are all completed before submitting the application.
Create customized financial, demographic, or program information reports. Once created, reports can be saved and reused at any time.
Easily set budgets, create bulk and individual payment records, organize and track expenses, create requisitions, and export financials that easily upload into your accounting software.
Upload all necessary documents for your clients so they are always available with a click of a button.
Templated letters such as eligibility, third party sponsorship, and denial letters can easily be generated right from the program.
"PSE+ has everything we need for the annual report to Indigenous Services Canada and allows us to track our financial progress through the fiscal year. It also allows us to track student progress with the help of a student portal. With PSE+ the students can upload required documents directly into the file manager in their student portal which saves a lot of time for our program which typically services 250-300 students per year."
"Before PSE+ our clients struggled to find any system that was designed specifically for their needs. There were accounting systems and case management systems, and Excel, but not one database for Indigenous specific PSE tracking."