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The decision-makers at Troy University knew that issuing refunds electronically would make the process more efficient, especially for a university with 35,000 students studying at more than 60 campuses.
We have about 5,000 credit students who are here for their Associates Degree or taking vocational classes.
Issuing refunds from financial aid and tuition overpayments to students used to be a time-consuming and labor-intensive affair at State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), just as it is at many colleges and universities.
I want to move as far as possible into this world because it is what students are used to.
Having grown up in a world of ATMs, debit cards and online banking, students at the University of Louisville wanted a better way to receive financial aid and other types of refunds.
If you are considering streamlining refund delivery, enhancing student services and reducing expenses, now is the time to act because the U.S.
Kathy Paschke is network specialist for voice at Riverside Community College in Riverside, California. She manages a telecommunications system that serves the college’s nine locations.
As colleges and universities increasingly implement wireless Internet access, teaching and learning can occur anywhere on campus.
Today's campus communities are more connected than ever, but at many colleges and universities the task of immediately notifying everyone about an emergency remains a challenge.
Bruce Grant, NEC’s assistant general manager for product management and an expert on VoIP, explains this technology and how to prepare for it.
This project actually started back in 1996.