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Inigral lands $2.4M to let students swap class schedules

Inigral, maker of applications that let students share their class schedules and other academic infomation with their friends, has brought in $2.4 million of a $3 million preferred-stock offering. It received $580,000 in seed funding from Founders Fund in 2007. It has also gotten support from Retro Venture Partners and several angel investors.

Based in Palo Alto, Calif., Inigral is the company behind the Facebook application Courses, which lets students view who else is in their university classes, share notes, host forums and track assignments. It’s two other offerings, Schools and Standarissimo, provide platforms for alumni relations and admissions marketing, and for sharing instructional practices among teachers, respectively.

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