Texas Tech Partners with Retain to Promote Academic Excellence

Retain Team
July 23, 2022

PHOENIX, AZ – [September, 30, 2020] – Retain Technologies, the leading software solution for academic departments to engage, schedule and communicate with their students, is thrilled to announce a partnership with Texas Tech University athletics.

The Marsha Sharp Center for Student-Athletes will leverage Retain Technologies’ platform to empower Red Raider student-athletes towards academic excellence. Retain’s software and unique virtual integrations such as Zoom and Outlook will increase department efficiency across appointment scheduling, communication, and reporting between student-athletes, tutors, and support staff.

The Marsha Sharp Center is thrilled to announce our partnership with Retain Technologies to further improve the quality of academic services provided to our student-athletes. Retain’s eagerness to adapt and adjust their software to meet our operational needs has been phenomenal. Their staff understands Athletic Academic Services functions and that has been a huge factor in our decision to partner with them. They never say “No” to our ideas and always welcome any feedback that we provide.” says Suzanne Dickenson, Assistant Athletic for Academic Services. “The software functionality, user friendly platform and customer service is A-plus and will help us serve our student-athletes at the highest level possible”Suzanne Dickenson, Assistant Athletics Director / Academic and Student Services

With Retain, users will be able to increase efficiency and virtual collaboration around academic support for their 17 varsity teams. Academic advisors, learning specialists, coaches, and other support staff will have complete visibility into student-athlete schedules and academic information.

“We are beyond excited to partner with Texas Tech and The Marsha Sharp Center,” said Kevin Collignon, CEO and Founder of Retain.  “We have invested heavily in developing a robust platform to support student-athletes and we look forward to working with them side-by-side to increase efficiency and academic outcomes.”

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