Freeing faculty to drive student outcomes and institutional excellence

Reduce administrative burden on faculty with a low-touch solution to collect and organize their academic achievements, education and work history, professional contributions, publications, and research.

When faculty dossiers are up-to-date, grant applications are faster, and promotion and tenure review is streamlined. Plus, cross-campus reporting and analytics help to better manage and promote the institution.

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Bring your faculty processes into a new era

Freeing faculty to drive student outcomes and institutional excellence

Activity Reporting

Digital Dossier

Promotion & Tenure

Accreditation Reporting

See Faculty Information System in Action​

See how FIS helps faculty spend less time on paperwork and more time on what really matters.

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The comprehensive, faculty-friendly solution

Faculty activity reporting is time-intensive and takes focus away from more critical work with students and research. It can be even more frustrating for faculty since they are asked to duplicate reporting on their work.

PeopleAdmin’s FIS streamlines and simplifies that process. By automating activity reporting and making it so faculty can enter information once and use it again and again, it is an intuitive solution faculty actually want to use.

The Reporting and Insights You Need

When each faculty member is better able to report up to their Dean, institutional leaders can make more strategic, data-driven decisions.

  • Ensure equity across departments and colleges.
  • FIS simplifies the accreditation process with on-demand activity reports formatted to specific accreditation body requirements, available at the click of a button.
  • Built on a backbone of Power BI Analytics, FIS gives institutions the information they need to make the decisions that drive their mission.
“Ditch the paper, review on demand! It’s exciting to have faculty business processes that we can learn from, like visual representations of our tenure review.”
Ginger Jurecka Black
Director of Organizational Development & Training, State University of New York at New Paltz