Quad Learning raises $4.8M after mobile app launch - Technical.ly DC


Aug. 12, 2015 12:15 pm

Quad Learning raises $4.8M after mobile app launch

The company's program, American Honors, helps students transfer from community colleges to four-year schools.

American Honors helps community college students transfer up.

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Downtown D.C. and Denver-based edtech company Quad Learning just raised $4.8 million of a prospective $5.5 million round, an SEC filing indicates.

The investments are in the form of debt and other securities, the document shows.

Quad Learning runs American Honors, a program that community college students can use to help them transfer into four-year schools.

As we wrote earlier this year, American Honors recently launched a mobile app meant to be a one-stop shop for students to stay up-to-date on their classes, coursework and administrative deadlines.

“We are very focused on system integration, connecting our data across all aspects of the program [to] deliver the best possible outcomes for our students,” CTO Dave Gardner told Technical.ly DC.

The company declined to comment on this round of funding.

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