Stellic, a San Francisco, CA-based student-built degree progression platform, raised $11m in funding.
The round was led by Reach Capital, along with 15 edtech founder-investors like John Katzman (2U/Noodle), David Blake (Degreed), Matt Pittinsky (Blackboard), and Dan Carroll (Clever).
The company plans to dedicate the new funds to grow to team and community of institutional partners, as well as to enhance the student-centric capabilities in the platform.
Founded in 2016 by Sabih Bin Wasi, Rukhsar Neyaz, and Musab Popatia, Stellic provides a centralized degree progression platform for students to overcome the challenges of the modern university experience. Its advising, degree audit, degree planning, and analytics tools can be utilized by students, advisors, and administrators to ensure students stay on track and receive the personalized educational experience they deserve.
More than 45 colleges and universities now use Stellic to promote student agency over the individual college experience and return precious time to administrators in order to better scale personalized support systems.