Student Records

A single system of student records.

Streamline all enrollment-related activities. With Workday, students, faculty, and administrative staff can easily access student academic records and take action from a single intuitive system.

Use a single system to take action on critical tasks, such as financial aid.

Provide students with in-the-moment academic progress status.

Quickly view student class schedules and more.

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Simplify course planning and registration.

Say goodbye to manual, paper-driven processes. With Workday, you can bring course planning and registration into a single student system.

  • Allow students to create their own unique pathway to graduation day.
  • Input registration appointments, wait-listing, prerequisites, and general eligibility rules into the enrollment framework.
  • Let students plan, access courses, and register on any device.
  • Support multiple student lifecycles and maintain student records with more than one program of study.

March toward graduation.

Easily track program and status changes to help students manage their progress toward graduation.

  • Verify and calculate enrollment status to determine tuition, fees, and financial aid eligibility.
  • Get real-time student data on status changes related to the granting of credentials.
  • Search, filter, and take action on program of study completion status for unique student populations.
  • Give students a full view of their progress and provide guidance using our native system of engagement.


Showcase student accomplishments.

Show more than just the final semester grade on student transcripts. With student academic records from Workday, you can account for traditional academic courses as well as outside-of-the-classroom learning.

  • Highlight outside-of-the-classroom learning and course competencies on college transcripts.
  • Share learning outcomes with industry leaders and accrediting agencies to show how prepared graduates are for their careers.