When a bomb went off at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, in 2017, Belmont University had three study abroad programs traveling in the area that week. But there was no quick and easy way to find out if Belmont students were at or near the concert. The information about the travelers’ whereabouts was stuck in a collection of Excel spreadsheets.
Belmont needed a better way to manage study abroad—and they got it with Terra Dotta.
—Thandi Dinani, Ph.D.,
Director of Belmont’s Office of Global Education