Texas HB 2504

The most chosen syllabus solution in Texas since 2009

Concourse is the pioneering solution in Texas helping support HB2504 by automatically creating a public-facing version of the syllabus that can be reached in three clicks or less. Faculty can also create curriculum vita information within their Concourse profile, to be included with the public course information and also accessible online.

Internal solution? Do more, save money with Concourse.

When Texas HB 2504 passed, many schools were sent scrambling and built an internal solution to manage syllabi. The end result were systems that were expensive to build, clunky, lacking in features and functionality, not integrated with the LMS, and difficult and expensive to maintain.

Concourse will solve all of these challenges for far less cost, with greater functionality, and a superior user experience for students and faculty.

  • Syllabi 3 clicks from homepage
  • Integrated CV management
  • Seamless LMS integration
  • SIS integration
  • Catalog, Curriculum tool integration
  • Section 508(b) and WCAG 2.0AA
  • Significantly lower cost
  • Better user experience
  • Mobile ready
  • Generate reports for SACS
  • Consistency & Centralization
  • Manage & audit workflow

But don't just take our word for it.

Hear what some of your fellow colleges in Texas have to say.

We also have a number of Case Studies specific to Texas HB 2504 you can obtain by clicking on the button below.

"Our faculty survey went out to over 200 instructors. We received over 100 responses, which was unusually high. Concourse scored in the high-90th percentile in terms of faculty who were ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’."

Tim GillPresident, Faculty Senate and Academic Committee Chair, Tyler Junior College

"We chose Concourse because we knew we’d not only be successful, but rapidly. One week after putting Concourse in the hands of faculty, 1,665 syllabi have been uploaded. Of those, 31.8% have been reviewed by their Deans. I think that is a nice start!"

Michael WelchAcademic Technology Services Dean, Blinn College