Stellic (previously known as Metis) was founded by Carnegie Mellon undergraduates after getting
frustrated by the clunky, complicated, isolated tools they were given to organize their academic journey. Under the
mentorship of university academic advisors who were equally frustrated with the existing degree planning
process and overwhelmed with their load, the team pursued their goal of building an integrated platform with intelligence and flexiblity. The project received appreciation from the campus community and won Research
Awards – pushing the team to build a company providing student-centric tools to higher education.
The three founders, all Carnegie Mellon graduates,
come from different backgrounds, speak seven languages, and bring in a diverse skill-set (more in team section).
The team has just recently graduated from their college and deeply understands students behavior,
their challenges and motivations. Stellic’ purpose is to use this
understanding to craft impactful tools that maximize students’ chance of after-college
success. And we’re doing this under the mentorship of some of the best, experienced advisors
in this space.