The University of North Texas at Dallas has made GreenLight Credentials’ innovative digital platform available to students, allowing them to take control of their academic records.
UNT Dallas is focused on growing enrollment, supporting student success and providing greater opportunities for a first-rate education that yields career results -- without increasing the financial burden on its students. GreenLight allows students to store and share their transcripts, along with other verified records, with anyone, anywhere in the world without the traditional hassles associated with requesting transcripts. This saves students time and money, and gives them complete control and transparency into who sees their academic records.
GreenLight has also made it easier for UNT Dallas’ enrollment officers to find and recruit students from area high schools and community colleges.
“GreenLight puts the power directly in the hands of our students,” UNT Dallas President Bob Mong said. “Students are now just a click away from instantly accessing their transcripts around the clock. We are proud to be the first four-year university in the nation to partner with GreenLight, and we’re excited to bring the simplicity and convenience of this resource to our UNT Dallas students.”
Manoj Kutty, CEO and founder of GreenLight Credentials, said Mong's leadership was instrumental in launching GreenLight, making it especially pleasing to see GreenLight launched at UNT Dallas.
"While many high schools and community college students on GreenLight have already begun sharing their records with UNT Dallas, now UNT Dallas’ students and alums will also benefit from using GreenLight to access and share their records," Manoj said. "Hundreds of UNT Dallas students have already shared their records with colleges and employers alike."