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CampusEAI Consortium

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CampusEAI Consortium
Industry Information technology
Founded 2003 (2003)
Headquarters Cleveland, Ohio
Area served
10+ countries
Key people
Anjli Jain, Executive director
Michael C. DeJohn, Director of Corporate Development & General Counsel
Services Information technology
Revenue US$ 10 million[1]
Number of employees
Divisions myCampus
myCampus Mobile

CampusEAI Consortium is an international information technology services and consulting company headquartered in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, United States.[2] The company is best known for myCampus, an enterprise portal and web content management solution for K-12 and higher education institutions. As of June 2010, myCampus is being used at more than 1800 institutions in over ten countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

CampusEAI Consortium was founded by fourteen institutions in 2003 in response to increasing IT budget cuts, resource constraints, and the needs of incoming students. Among the founding universities are the University of Montana;[3] the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and Oklahoma State University.[4] CampusEAI has also partnered with Google to provide Google Apps integration to educational institutions.[5]


Anjli Jain is the executive director of the CampusEAI Consortium. After finishing her formal education at Barnard College at Columbia University, she was recruited by the fourteen colleges and universities that established the CampusEAI Consortium. Anjli Jain was born in New Delhi, India, grew up in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and is a member of the Greater Cleveland YWCA Board of Directors.[6] She has also been a panelist at the Women's Leadership Forum at Notre Dame College.[7] In 2011, Ms. Jain was a recipient of the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club's Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shaker Award.[8]


myCampus Campus Portal

myCampus is a software as a service (SaaS) Web 2.0 campus portal solution that provides students, on-campus organizations, faculty and staff, university administration and alumni with access to their academic and social information all in one place.

Key features of the myCampus Campus Portal:

  • CAS single sign-on
  • Wikis
  • Email sync
  • Enabled social media
  • Targeted alerts
  • Video news
  • Web 2.0 user profiles

myCampus Mobile

myCampus Mobile is the mobile extension of myCampus portal and QuickLaunch SSO. It provides myCampus portal and quicklaunchSSO features directly to users' smartphone or other mobile device browsers.

Some features of myCampus Mobile include:

  • ERP specific app availability
  • Cross platform compatibility - Android, iOS, Windows 8, Blackberry
  • Custom branding
  • Native app


CampusHelp offers around-the-clock IT help desk support.


CampusCloud is the cloud hosting and remote infrastructure management service line of CampusEAI for higher education. It enables the institution to benefit from a secure and scalable virtual infrastructure. Cloud servers can be established in any combination of sizes and can expand as needs grow.


QuickLaunchSSO is an engineered and secure Single SignOn platform built on open-source and community developed technologies, and targeted at easing integration with systems common in Higher-Education.


Since its founding in 2003, CampusEAI Consortium has provided information technology grants to higher education institutions and public sector agencies through its Campus Portal Grant Program. The CampusEAI Grant Program is designed for institutions seeking to implement an internet/intranet Portal. Recipients of the grant receive financial and organizational assistance in integrating a portal into existing systems and protocols for online and distance education, SIS software and administrative computing, school and organization web properties, student-based web publishing, wireless and e-commerce initiatives.

Recipients of the CampusEAI Grant include:

  • The City of Cleveland[9]
  • University of North Carolina Wilmington[10]
  • Boston College
  • James Madison University[11]
  • St. Vincent's College
  • Arkansas State University[12]
  • Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University[13]
  • University of Maine at Farmington[14][15]
  • Augusta State University [16]
  • Schenectady County Community College [17]

In February 2010, the CampusEAI Grant Program was featured as part of the White House Initiative on historically black colleges and universities.[18] The initiative was established in 1980 by President Jimmy Carter as a federal program to help historically black colleges and universities overcome the effects of discriminatory treatment and provide quality education. The program exists today to help strengthen the capacity of historically black colleges and universities to provide excellence in education.


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  2. ^ Shannon Pettypiece (2005-06-10). "City's tech community to grow: Crain's Cleveland Business". Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  3. ^ "University Relations | The University of Montana-Missoula". 2006-12-15. Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  4. ^ "Accreditation at Oklahoma State University". Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  5. ^ Official Google Enterprise Blog: Plugging into Google Apps for Education: partners, platforms and products
  6. ^ YWCA Greater Cleveland Board of Directors
  7. ^ Notre Dame College to Host Women's Leadership Forum
  8. ^ 20/30 Club’s Top 25 Under 35 Movers and Shakers
  9. ^ "Mayor Frank Jackson launches 'virtual office' (Translation: new city Web site)". Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  10. ^ "New Campus Portal Coming Soon - University of North Carolina Wilmington News". 2010-07-09. Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
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  12. ^ Thomas Moore (2010-01-06). "News from Arkansas State University". Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  13. ^ "News Headlines - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 2010". 2006-12-07. Retrieved 2010-09-07. 
  14. ^ "University of Maine at Farmington Awarded Technology Grant to Create Interactive Campus Web Portal". 2010-03-16. Retrieved 2010-11-02. 
  15. ^ "Million Dollar and Up Donors/Investors" (PDF). The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. 2010-03-31. Retrieved 2010-11-18. 
  16. ^ "JagMail + MyASU". ASU Report. 2010-12-01. Retrieved 2010-12-03. 
  17. ^ "News and Events". 2011-01-24. Archived from the original on 2011-05-22. Retrieved 2011-01-26. 
  18. ^ "Paine College Announces $1.6 Million Technology Grant Award". Paine College. 2011-05-04. Retrieved 2011-05-09. 

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