Stellic 🧑🏽‍🎓

class registration might finally go right

a note from us

  • adventure education, bagpiping, pop music, fermentation sciences, floral management — what do they all have in common?
  • no matter the major, all college/university students deal with the headache of planning out their schedules to fulfill their degree requirements 🤦🏻‍♀️
  • almost any college student could walk you through this logistical nightmare; some classic lines include:
    • “i’ve met with my advisor 5 times this week”
    • “i’m changing my major”
    • “i forgot about that distribution requirement”
  • this week’s company, Stellic, is here to save students and institutions a lot of stress

in a sentence

Stellic is a planning and advising software for universities and colleges to provide their students with a suite of solutions, making it the one-stop shop for managing a degree 

  • suite of solutions: schedule, plan, advise, audit, report, workflows
    • constructing a semester’s schedule, blueprinting a degree path, and advisory capabilities…these services are stellar

bulleted version: think of degree planning like solving a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle while blindfolded…Stellic removes the blindfold and gives you an extra set of hands

the basics

due diligence

what we like

  • upgrading an antiquated system: if you take a look at the registration platforms most schools are using, you would think they were products of the start of the dot-com era 🦖
    • Stellic fills the need for an easy-to-navigate, collaborative, and stress-free platform
  • avoiding the edtech/corona bump: while Stellic benefited from schools investing in remote resources, their solutions will outlast the edtech bubble
  • college spending is out of control: thanks to sky-high tuitions, college spending is exponentially growing; administrations will be held accountable to invest in their students experience  💵

potential risks

  • institutional bureaucracy: legacy systems are often slow to change at many colleges and universities; implementing Stellic may be a radical change 
  • where’s the boom?: founded in 2016, Stellic still works with a handful of colleges; we’re waiting for the company to skyrocket like today’s edtech unicorns 🦄
  • edtech concerns: until recently, investors approached edtech with hesitancy, seeing it as a slow-moving, risky industry

founder profiles


why Stellic: 

  • a college degree is critical for many entry level jobs and despite rapid growth in edtech, degree planning has stayed relatively stagnant…until now 
  • Stellic was made for students, by students