We were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of student tracking and needed to find a software program capable of handling it all. Ever since we discovered EPSS, they have been an essential part of our working process.
They have provided a tremendous added value to the student experience by exponentially speeding the application review process. EPSS has also transformed our out-dated paper system into a highly efficient electronic process. Now, we aren’t just saving trees; we’re saving forests.
Our experience with Mark has been exceptional. Nothing was ever too trivial for him to review and he always took the time to answer our questions, or develop solutions for our problems.
I don’t know what we would have done without EPSS, but I’m definitely glad we never have to cross that bridge.
The West Virginia Space Grant Consortium is a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sponsored organization established in August 1991. It is comprised of 12 West Virginia academic institutions and 8 corporate and scientific partners. West Virginia University is the lead institution. It is dedicated to building research infrastructure and promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education in West Virginia. The Consortium’s programs focus on research, collaborations with high-technology industries, student fellowships as well as K-12, and public outreach programs. This is consistent with the strategic vision for the state’s participation in the nation’s current and future endeavors in science and technology.