What are the Most Common HMS/SIS Integrations for Roompact Campuses?

Roompact’s software works in combination with your housing management software to help you with all aspects of your housing and residence life department. While your housing management system handles the operational aspects of housing, Roompact handles the life and educational happenings within your residence halls. (Think: curriculum, program proposals, intentional conversations, assessment, duty reports, duty schedules, roommate agreements, attendance tracking, texting/emailing, etc.)

One of the key features of Roompact is its connection with your housing management software (and sometimes your Student Information System) to ensure all your residents and their assignments are accurate and up-to-date. One of the questions we often get is:

What housing management software programs does Roompact work with?

The short answer is, all of them.

But some platforms are more commonly used than others. The above chart provides a breakdown, by percentage, of the number of Roompact software clients that integrate with and use specific housing management software packages:

3 Pillars of Software for Residnece Life including Roompact, your HMS, and your Student Conduct Software

Designed for residence life and education, Roompact’s software fills the gap between your Housing Management Software (HMS) and your Student Conduct Software. Working in combination, these solutions can be a powerful tool for promoting student learning and success. Your HMS helps you maintain where students live and all the operational aspects of housing selection, billing, and contracting. Your student conduct software helps with maintaining the integrity of your procedures when students violate your student code of conduct and for case managing students of concern. Roompact helps with the residence life and education functions of your department such as duty reports, intentional conversation tracking, scheduling, program proposals, curriculum, text and email communications, and lower level student notes and case management.

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