Centralized repository for academic affairs faculty information and data with point and click reporting

Faculty data and documents at your fingertips, when you need them:

  • Course assignments
  • Accreditation visits
  • Evaluation and Promotion
  • Publicity campaigns
  • Student recruitment
  • Grant proposals
  • Bulletins, Newsletter, University website

Faculty (Core and Adjunct) can manage their own Attaché:

Upload documents:
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Contracts
  • Evaluations
  • Syllabi
Input Scholarship:
  • Publications
  • Presentations
  • Works in progress
Electronically Sign Teaching Contracts

    Administration has access to important faculty information:

    • 24/7 Cloud-based access
    • Run reports to see what is missing
    • Share student evaluations in a secure location
    • Categorize and track faculty publications and presentations
    • Online contract e-signing and retention
    • Prof360 will tailor Attaché document retention to meet your retention needs


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    ~ Mary Oling-Sisay., Ed.D.
    Dean, School of Education, Alliant International University

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    Department Chair, Integral Health Studies, California Institute of Integral Studies

    "We were looking for a user-friendly solution for compliance training and tracking, document retention, and electronic contract signing. Attaché by Prof360 has exceeded our expectations."

    ~ Leslie J. Anderson
    Director of Human Resources
    International Technological University

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